4G Galaxy Tab Plus snapped in the wild, destined for T-Mobile USA
The Honeycomb-powered Galaxy Tab Plus features a 1024 x 600 screen, a Cortex-A9 processor, and dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity
The Galaxy Tab Plus for T-Mobile has been photographed in the wild. Pegged as a successor to the 7-inch original Galaxy Tab, the Galaxy Tab Plus runs Android 3.2 and is compatible with T-Mobile's 4G HSPA+ network.
While it is difficult to tell, the leaked photos show what looks to be a thinner, smaller Galaxy Tab. It's not as crazy-thin as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7, but its definitely thinner than the original. It also has a nice brushed aluminum finish which really makes it look high end.
It’s difficult to know specs for sure, but as This is My Next points out, the tablet has already been checked out by both the Wi-Fi Alliance and the Bluetooth SIG. Other than those two things, however, all we know is that the device will have a 1024 x 600 screen, a Cortex-A9 processor, and dual-band Wi-Fi.
At this point not much else is known about the tablet, but TmoNews reports that TouchWiz on the tablet is actually a “phenomenal addition” and the “user experience is simple and fun.” No word on a release date or pricing either, but hopfully they will leak out soon.
To see more images of the tablet, make sure to head on over to TmoNews. Good stuff.