Galaxy 7.7: Lowly Invoked

It is certain that the iPad has made the size of 10 inches a standard among the tablets.My opinion:7-inch devices are better.

Galaxy 7.7: Lowly Invoked

They are lighter, easier to carry, do not take up so much space.Many critics say they are giant smartphones, but I do not see it that way.

Samsung has been “smart” to make a presence with the Galaxy Tab 7-inch , but this tablet will now stand as an “entry” device for consumers who choose the price.

Who will occupy the space of “star product” in this segment is the new Galaxy 7.7″.

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New screen, powerful processor

It’s not a Galaxy Tab upgrade. It’s almost a new tablet.In terms of comparison the 7.7 “is much closer to Galaxy 10.1 .With obvious advances.

Starting with its LED screen, called Super AMOLED Plus, with technology developed by Samsung itself.

The name is somewhat ornate but it does show an improvement.The resolution reaches 1280 x 800 pixels, versus 1024 x 600 pixels of the Tab.

This is a big bet of the Korean company, and also a strategy to maintain its sales in the case of launching an Amazon tablet with a screen higher than the current LCD.

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It is the same resolution as 10.1 but the curves are softer, have brighter colors and have a better viewing angle.

Samsung also did not skimp on its processor: a dual-core 1.4GHz.

Fine and light, like the big brother

The most interesting thing about a smaller device is the ability to hold it with just one hand.This is not such a nice experience on the Galaxy Tab, but in this 7.7 “it’s a bit different.

By being lighter and thinner (335g in weight and 7.89mm in thickness) it is easier to hold.

The 7.7 “is designed to function as a cell phone.It is possible to make voice calls and SMS/MMS, thanks to its GSM/EDGE/HSPA modem.

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The younger brother of the Galaxy Tab will come with 16GB/32GB/64GB models;3 megapixel camera and 2 megapixel webcam.


The worldwide launch is scheduled for September 1.The price has not still been published.