4G LTE Samsung Galaxy Tab Video
4G LTE Samsung Galaxy Tab Video Transcript
-I'm Nicole Lee, senior associate editor for cnet.com and this is a first look at the 4G LTE-enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab for Verizon Wireless. It is the same Galaxy Tab, as you know, I love but this time with 4G LTE. On the back here is also a little bit different. It has a nice texture, matte backing. The 4G Galaxy Tab has a couple of improvements over its predecessor. First, it has a 5-megapixel camera instead of a 3-megapixel camera. And also it has 1.2 gigahertz processor. Otherwise, the Galaxy Tab looks and feels almost exactly the same as the old model. On the front is a 7-inch display. On the side here, you do get the 3.5-mm headset jack. You do get the usual volume rocker controls as well as the power controls. On the side is the micro-SD card slot as well as the SIM card slot for the LTE SIM card. Aside from 4G, the Galaxy Tab will also work with Verizon's 3G service. It also has Wi-Fi and it can be use as a Wi-Fi mobile hotspot. The 4G Galaxy Tab will ship with Android 2.2. Pricing and availability are still unknown, but it will be available from Verizon. I'm Nicole Lee; this has been the first look at the 4G LTE Samsung Galaxy Tab.
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