About Samsung Tablet

Samsung produces a wide variety of electronics that include the latest high-definition televisions, smartphones, and laptop computers. The company entered the tablet market in 2010 with the introduction of the successful Galaxy Tab series. Every Samsung tablet runs on the Android operating system, although Samsung continually updates the operating systems to maintain high performance. The original Galaxy Tab included a 1 GHz Exynos central processing unit and a 12-cm TFT LCD screen display that provided a resolution of 1024x600 pixels. After the introduction of the first Samsung tablet, critic and user reviews encouraged the company to enhance the screen resolution on future models. Most Android operating systems require tablet manufacturers to follow Google screen dimension and resolution guidelines, which is something Samsung closely adhered to during the production of subsequent tablets. The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus uses a PLS panel to enhance the screen resolutions of 1024x600 pixels. Samsung installed the Android 3.2 Honeycomb operating system and a faster CPU for better performance. At the Mobile World Congress convention in late 2011, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to a receptive audience. The 15-cm, high-definition screen raised the bar for visual presentation, and the tablet earned praise for the fastest processing speed to date. Yet Samsung continued to tinker with the tablet design, which led to a slimmer 15-cm model that improved portability. The Galaxy 10.1 tablet runs on the Android Honeycomb 3.2 operating system and Samsung’s custom TouchWiz software. Samsung’s latest Galaxy Tab possesses a dual-core 1.4-GHz process, making this Samsung tablet the fastest machine of its kind. The latest Galaxy Tab includes 1 GB of memory and a front-facing, 2 MP camera. Reviews have praised the latest Samsung tablet for its single hand, user-friendly attributes.