Thursday, 9 February 2012

White Samsung Galaxy Tab 620, 730 and 750 Go on Sale in India

Samsung smartphones and tablets are highly regarded in India. Obviously, the Galaxy family devices are the best-selling products manufactured by the Korean company.

The Galaxy Tab 620, 730 and 750 have been launched in India for quite a while. However, starting today customers will be able to purchase the white versions of these slates.

The folks at AndroidOS have just learned that both Letsbuy and Flipkart retailers have started to sell the Pure White versions of Galaxy Tab 620, 730 and 750.

Still, none of these tablets is completely white. Although they have the “Pure White” tag attached, only the back cover of the slates is white.

The 16GB models are priced a bit steep, but this has become usual for India lately. Samsung Galaxy Tab 750 is available for purchase for Rs 32,500 (660 USD or 495 EUR), Galaxy Tab 730 is up for grabbing for Rs 29,500 (600 USD or 450 EUR), while the Galaxy Tab 620 can be had for Rs 26,499 (540 USD or 400 EUR).

All three slates are powered by Google’s Android 3.2 Honeycomb operating system, but Samsung confirmed plans to deploy an Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade to all of these devices.

Even though the company has yet to unveil the exact release date of the updates, it is safe to assume that the upgrades for all three tablets won’t arrive later than Q2 2012.

Each tablet sports a 3-megapixel rear camera with autofocus and LED flash, as well as a secondary 2-megapixel front-facing camera.

While the Galaxy Tab 750 is equipped with a dual-core processor clocked at 1 GHz, the other two slates pack a slightly better 1.2 GHz dual core CPUs.

Other highlights of the tablets include 3G and Wi-Fi support, Bluetooth 3.0 with A2DP, TouchWiz UX UI, and built-in GPS with A-GPS support.

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