The first tablet to have a Super AMOLED Plus HD touchscreen is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 - and the entire world is waiting to welcome it into the ever-growing tablets market. However, this latest tablet will not officially be available in U.S. retail stores.
The good news is that U.S. consumers can pre-order the Galaxy Tab 7.7 online from a variety of retailers. Thus, officially or unofficially, U.S. consumers can still purchase the tablet, which is how many consumers purchase electronics these days anyway.
Samsung has received all the requisite certificates for the tablet, reports ET News.
Technically, it takes only two weeks after obtaining the certificates to sell a product to the public. So, going by this timeline, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 will be made available before the end of this year.
The 3G enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 with 16GB memory capability will cost around $670.00 and is available for pre-orders in a number of online stores.
Categorically, the tablet has an overclocked version of Exynos chipset powered by 1.4GHz dual-core processor, Mali-400MP GPU and an 1 GB RAM, reports GSM Arena.