Details on the Google Android OS-powered Galaxy Tab tablet computer have been slowly emerging since the device was leaked last June. According to the latest rumors, the Galaxy Tab will closely resemble the Samsung Galaxy S smartphone, but with a larger, more tablet-like, form factor. In addition, the Galaxy Tab may sport a seven-inch AMOLED screen, which is brighter, less reflective, and offers greater contrast than traditional LCDs.
Other reports indication the Galaxy Tab will be based on a 1.2GHz A8 processor, have 16GB of internal memory with a microSD slot to expand storage to 48GB. CrunchGear also mentioned the Galaxy Tab might have cellular phone capabilities, similar to the Dell Streak.
Q3 Release Reported
According to a Rueters report earlier last week, Samsung plans to launch the Android-based Galaxy Tab in Q3, which began in July and ends in September.
The Samsung press conference begins at 11:00 am New York time on August 11th. While Samsung hasn’t officially suggested they will unveil the Galaxy Tab then, all indications seem suggest their Android tablet computer is most likely the new product mentioned in the invitation.