Vodafone is remaining coy on reports suggesting it will be a primary carrier for Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Tablet in the UK.
The network operator was unsurprisingly unable to confirm or deny the speculation to V3.co.uk.
Samsung is gearing up to unveil its Galaxy Tablet next month, according to the reports. It is increasingly likely that the device will be seen before the year is out.
Codenamed the P1000 Galaxy Tab, this will mark Samsung's first foray into the tablet market.
The Android based handheld is likely to come with a 1GHz Arm 11 processor. Resolution on the 7in Amoled screen is reported to be on par with the Samsung Galaxy S smartphone display at 480 x 800 pixels.
The handheld will also pack Flash, GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, as well as support for SyncML and the texting input interface, Swype.
While there is no concrete release date, V3.co.uk is definitely looking forward to getting its hands on the finished product.
With the Galaxy S smartphone turning out to be a real gem, we wouldn't bet against the Korean manufacturer producing a quality tablet device as well.
If Samsung is serious about taking the fight to the iPad, then it is pretty much certain that the Galaxy will come with Android 2.2 - just another reason to get excited. We wouldn't be surprised to see it pop up on Vodafone either.
Samsung was contacted to confirm specs, but had not responded at the time of writing. For now all we have are these titbits to go on:
- Operating System - Android 2.2
- Screen size - 7in Amoled
- On board memory - 16GB
- Screen resolution - 480 x 800
- Camera Max resolution - 2048 x 1536
- Front cam Max resolution - 240 x 320
- CPU Profile - ARM11 S5PC110
- CPU speed - 1GHz
- Flash Player
- GPS (Google Maps)
- SyncML support
- Price - TBC
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