Samsung Galaxy Tab's Future Looks Organic. AMOLED That Is.

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When we first heard about the Samsung Galaxy Tab, we had a great deal of excitement thinking of the features and UI and how useful it would be in the day-to-day. With all the great things the Tab will have over iPad (front and rear camera, smaller form factor, Froyo, massive 4,000mAh battery and a microSD slot), one couldn’t help await a test unit.

Then we heard a nasty rumor, one that was rather disconcerting. The screen on the Tab would be low-res, like 800 x 480. Wait really? Developers comforted us stating that the resolution would be more like 1024 x 600, which we now know is. Now, we are hearing something entirely different for the future iteration, something quite a bit more exciting than a 1024 x 600 TFT-LCD.

Digitimes released a bit of info clueing to the next Galaxy Tab coming with an AMOLED screen. Nothing more has been said, nothing on resolution or other screen technologies. Countdown to viewing HD Avatar on the nice 7-inch AMOLED screen begins now.

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