Samsung Galaxy Tab to compete with upcoming iPad “nano
South Korean electronics giant, Samsung is set to launch its new tablet PC, the Galaxy Tab, in September to compete with the new iPad “nano” from Apple which is also expected to be launched at the same time.
According to experts, Samsung has decided to focus on 7-inch tablet to compete with the upcoming iPad nano instead of a 10-inch tablet to compete against Apple’s current 9.7-inch iPad.
The Galaxy Tab will be based on company’s own developed processor and will run Android 2.2 operating system. Reports in some of the publications in Asia indicate that the company will launch the device in September.
Apple’s new iPad will weigh just 500 grams which is 200grams lighter from the current model. A report has also suggested that Apple will launch an upgraded version of the 9.7-inch iPad boasting a new ARM Cortex-A9-based processor and 512MB RAM in the first quarter of 2011.
Meanwhile, Apple has been able to address the issues of delays in delivery of iPad. The company has struggled to deliver the device on time since its launch due to high demand. Apple had to delay the launch of the device in international markets to keep with with the demand in the US, however now the company has finally addressed the problem and is delivering new orders in a few days.
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