Samsung launches Galaxy Tab 7.0N in Germany to circumvent Apple ban
Jan
13

Samsung launches Galaxy Tab 7.0N in Germany to circumvent Apple ban

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Apart from its bigger 10 inch brethren, Apple has also been pursuing a legal campaign against the smaller Galaxy Tab 7 in Germany. So what does Samsung do? Of course it won’t have to reinvent the wheel all over again as doing a thing similar to what they have already done with the Galaxy Tab 10.1N has proved to be enough. Hence, its all too easy for Samsung to apply the same formula to their 7 inch model so that what comes out in the end is the Galaxy Tab 7.0N.

However, unlike the Galaxy Tab 10.1N, what Samsung has done with the 7.0N is not just redesign its exteriors but also spruce up its interiors as well. As such, most of the features remain same except for the addition of a front facing speaker. However, the most important change in the model is the metal frame that looks quite like that of the 10.1N model. The OS has also been changed to Android 3.2 though Samsung has also promised an upgrade to Android 4.0 ICS in the near future.

Otherwise, the tablet sports a 7 inch display of 1024 x 600 pixel resolution and has a microSDHC slot for memory expansion up to 32 GB. The battery pack is 4,000 mAh and it supports GSM as well as HSPA. The gadget features GPS and Bluetooth 3.0 as well.

It would be available in Germany at the moment and the cost would be 600 Euros which translates to around USD 769.

via electronista

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