Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 plus Has Improved Decent Specs
Initially, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 was deemed too expensive when it first came out. Having only Android 2.2 Froyo onboard also left much to be desired for the tablet. Its new improved version, however, which came out late last year, received better reviews. It was compared to the much-lauded Galaxy Tab 8.9, although it has a slightly smaller screen. Its lowered price tag of $400 also gained the approval of consumers.
Now, with users having had three or four months of using the device, it might be time to make more accurate judgments about the tablet, if only to see improvements on future Samsung devices.
The improved Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 features a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, support for 720p HD video recording, and 1080p video playback. It also allows 21 Mbps HSPA+ connectivity. The device sports an IPS LCD with a resolution of 1024×600 pixels.
By themselves, these specifications are pretty decent for a 7-inch tablet. However, some questions beg to be asked, such as would it be better with a higher screen resolution? Would users be more satisfied if the device also allowed phone calls? Will the S Pen stylus improve the functionalities that the device offers? What improvements should be added to this slate?