Android tablets have been in the works for a while, and it’s always great to see evidence of that. Pictured here next to the awe-inspiring Galaxy S is Samsung’s newest Android creation – the Galaxy Tab. Although they both have a striking resemblance to certain other “half-eaten fruit” devices, we can assure you that what’s inside is totally different (and much more beautiful, I might add). There are reports that this 7-inch beauty will be running an LCD TFT screen over Samsung’s favored AMOLED, which isn't surprising, given the size of the thing. We can also discern from the leaked image that there is a "phone" icon which insinuates 3G (or 4G) coverage may be available, and that it is also running the TouchWiz interface. Further details aren’t available yet, but more images are supposed to be available soon. [Samsung HubThanks everybody who sent this in!

 

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Samsung Galaxy Tab image leaked, looks fruity

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Looks very cool. But I guess I'm not sure why anyone would want to carry an extra phone line just for this device, a data line I can understand... to each their own.

Touchwiz? Bah. Crapfest.

After buying my wife a Behold II last fall which Samsung claimed would be upgraded to Android 2.x by February but which is still running CUPCAKE FFS I'll never buy another samsung branded product of any kind.

(I rooted it and put 1.6 on it, but there is zero evidence that they ever plan to even upgrade the PoS to Donut, much less eclair or froyo. A vague quiet-the-angry-mob tweet about a someday donut update is not evidence of anything actually happening.)