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Samsung Galaxy Tab 750

When it released the original Galaxy Tab last year, Samsung became one of the first mainstream hardware vendors to deliver an Android tablet. But it soon faced the heat from its competitor; Apple Inc.

So much so that the latter in fact sued the prior and barred it from selling their touch pads in EU countries.

Lucky for India there are no such restrictions here, allowing Samsung to reveal their latest offering, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 750 or Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

If you think that the Galaxy Tab 750 resembles the iPad 2, then well you wouldn’t be wrong. This time Samsung has actually worked on the looks of the device; it’s quite appealing to the eyes and it’s lighter.

What turned us off was its plastic back which isn’t quite as bulletproof as Apple’s metal casing. But nevertheless, it feels sturdy and warm to the touch. The Tab 750 also comes with two cameras; one in the front and another in the back.

The front camera is located at the top centre of the screen when held in landscape orientation. Two stereo speakers flank the screen in this orientation on either side of the tablet. As Honeycomb makes use of programmed soft buttons, there are no physical buttons on the front of the device.

The third installment in the Android Honeycomb-powered tablet space, Samsung Tab 750 comes with a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, contains 32GB of storage, and promises battery power of up to 9 hours.

And the screen is a delight. Samsung Galaxy Tab 750 comes with a multi touch 1,200 x 800 LCD panel, giving you better screen space. It’s bright and colourful thus offering you excellent viewing angles with a punchy contrast ratio of 600:1. It is not Super AMOLED but has a very nice display.

The only downside is that, because the screen is wide in its format it sometimes feels slightly unwieldy in portrait orientation.

Tab 750 runs on a 3.1 version of Google’s Android operating system and like any other Tablet, Tab 750 is also capable of Web browsing with full Flash support, provides excellent notifications, the flexibility of live widgets and offers access to the Android market for third-party applications.

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