Samsung is one of the first major players to toss a tablet onto the market to compete with the iPad. The tablet Samsung unveiled was the Galaxy Tab. The 7-inch screen device has been on the US market since mid-October and has only recently started to ship in other countries. The Tab hit Korea on November 14.
Samsung had stated before that it plans to move about a million of the tablets this year. So far, Samsung has managed to sell 600,000 Galaxy Tabs around the world. 30,000 units have sold in Korea since it launched there this month. Those numbers should make it easy for Samsung to hit is million unit sales goal.
If you live under a rock and somehow have missed the Galaxy Tab before the thing runs Android 2.2 and has a 7-inch screen. It has integrated 3G connectivity and WiFi. The battery is good for about 7-hours and it runs a 1GHz application processor. It has a 3MP camera with LED flash and has GPS, 1080p video capability and a lot more. You can find the thing on various carriers all around the world or buy it unlocked at Amazon and in other stores.
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