Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy Tab 7.0 plus, the latest addition to its range of tablet PCs.
Latest iteration of tablet PC features Wi-Fi and HSPA+ connectivity
The 7in device features a WSVGA 1024x600 LCD display and is powered by a 1.2GHz dual core processor.
Running Honeycomb 3.2, the latest iteration of the tablet-specific version of the Google Android platform, the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus also benefits from Wi-Fi and HSPA+ connectivity.
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Available in either 16 or 32GB capacities, the tablet PC features support for a microSD card up to 64GB in size, and also comes with 1GB of memory.
Samsung says the device, which measures 194x122x10mm and weighs 345g, will easily fit inside a jacket pocket or handbag. Furthermore support for Adobe Flash enhances the web browsing experience on the device and users will also benefit from a 3Mp main camera and 2Mp secondary camera.
"The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus packs power and productivity into a lightweight design," said Simon Stanford, managing director of Mobile at Samsung UK and Ireland.
"The latest addition to Samsung's Galaxy Tab range demonstrates our ongoing dedication to designing a variety of premium tablets and continued innovation to suit different needs and lifestyles."
Samsung did not reveal availability of pricing details for the device.