A new wave of Android 4.0 powered tablets will hit the store shelves starting April 22nd, including 2 pair of 7” & 10.1” Samsung Galaxy Tablets.
The new tablets come with decent features and a low entry price point of $250 and $400 respectively. A whopping $50 price drop compared to its predecessors.
The common features in both tablets are:
- Dual-core 1GHz CPU
- 3MP rear and VGA front facing cameras (no flash); Capture HD video at 30 fps
- microSD slot
- IR Blaster can be used as smart remote control
- Samsung technology called AllShare Play capable of sharing media contents using DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance)
The 10.1” model weighs 581 grams and 32GB of storage, the 7” weighs 344 grams and 8GB.
"These devices were not intended to be a dramatic change in terms of hardware from the existing Galaxy Tabs because frankly we feel that the hardware on the existing Galaxy Tabs is still extremely competitive and still industry leading," said Travis Merrill, director of tablet marketing at Samsung, during a media briefing.
[Video courtesy of GSMArena]