RumorTT has struck some more gold out of the rock we call the internet, Engadget have some sexy shots of a rumored 10.1" Galaxy Tab. They're saying that Tech-On! are reporting it's an "electronic book reader" - but, an electronic book reader that does 3G video calling? Yeah - that's believable.
It's a 10.1" panel, which is 1.8mm thick - on display at the FPD International trade show in Japan - it features a 1024x600 resolution, 250 nits brightness, 1, 000:1 contrast and covers 50 percent of the NTSC color gamut.
The extra special sauce on it? It's supposed to be unbreakable thanks to the new 0.44mm / 28g resin panel (excluding the back light unit) that replaces the typical 1.26mm / 130g glass LCD panel - slim, ain't it?
Supposedly, this new super slim panel won't be ready for commercialization for another two years - there's no stopping Samsung for releasing a production-ready LCD into the 10-inch Galaxy Tab that's promised for 2011.
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