Samsung's much-rumoured tablet device is set to be launched next week, according to information disclosed by the company.
The Android-based Galaxy Tab, which looks set to rival Apple's iPad, is due to be officially launched on 2 September in Berlin. The date was revealed in a teaser web site with a rolling advert for the device, but gives away little extra detail.
Appearing to confirm many of the rumours, the web site discloses that the Galaxy Tab will run Android 2.2., has a 7in display, supports HD movie playback, video calls, e-reader capability and augmented reality.
The video on the web site also appears to show a user entering text using the Swype input method, which lets you move your finger from letter to letter without lifting it away from the screen.
Samsung has yet to disclose when the Galaxy Tab will actually be available and has not dropped any hints on pricing, but the firm will want to get the device on sale in good time for the Christmas period.
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