Samsung has today announced that the Android honeycomb will be launched with its original form before Christmas. Samsung has priced its 16GB Wi-Fi model at $579. The price is made to challenge the iPad 2 from Apple. Samsung’s 16 GB 3G version is priced at $729.
Features of the tablet
The tablet has a sleek look with a slim getup. It weighs around 565 grams and has light weight than the iPad 2. It has been equipped with dual core processor of 1 gigahertz that will enable faster web browsing and downloads. It is made even more powerful with Bluetooth connectivity and Wi-Fi 802.11.
The tablet is enabled with a 3 megapixel camera also a two megapixel front camera. It has a 1080p high definition Flash and Video playback. The tab has an improved and advanced interphase that will allow smoother navigation and multi-tasking activities. It includes a Social Hub, a single interface that will allow Emailing, messaging, contacts, and social networking like FaceBook and Twitter. It is much awaited model and is like to be available by this Christmas at stores from Norman, Good Guys, JB HiFi, Bing Lee and office works.
Enigma behind the launch date
But retailers have not yet unfolded the mystery regarding the exact date of the launch. They have specifically said that there was no launch date, but in the meantime, retailers like Ruslan Kogan have already started to take selling orders for $498 added with delivery charges. Vodafone and Optus will be the other two retailers, informed a Samsung Spokesperson. Samsung is also marketing freebee opportunities like free access to Music Hub. On the gadget will be available exceptional kids content like Magshop Digital Newsstand app, ABC reading eggs also features like Good Food, Cleo, Dolly and Wheels. The user can also download some of the titles for free.
Consumers in Australia are waiting in waited breath, to explore the gadget that is a proof of Samsung’s dedication to sufficing the demands in the market.