Samsung Electronics has outrun themselves releasing several Galaxy Tab versions from 10.1″ to 8.9″ and now an enhanced variant of the first Galaxy Tab 7.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Plus is slightly thinner runs Android 3.2 Honeycomb and not Froyo 2.2 on the first (original) Tab. Packs a 1.2GHz dual-core processor (1Ghz on the old one), while screen resolution remains the same 1024x600p resolution, comes in two model variants, a16GB and 32GB built-in memory storage both with a microSD card slot allowing a further expansion for up to 32GB more storage.
The Web experience is the most enhanced feature of them all allowing speeds for up to three times faster than the standard HSPA connection equipped on the original Galaxy Tab.
The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus lands in UK by the end of the year through retailers, there’s no information to when the tablet will launch and no pricing details from Samsung either.