Samsung Galaxy tablet sizes compared
A chart of Samsung's Galaxy tablets, comparing the Galaxy Note, Tab 7, Tab 7.7, Tab 8.9, and Tab 10.1, along with their pricing and specifications.
Samsung's lineup of current and upcoming tablets reads like a modern-day Goldilocks story. The manufacturer seems to trying every conceivable tablet screen size in an effort to find one that will be just right for consumers.
Samsung tablet announcements seem to be coming fast and furious these days. To keep track of them all, we've created this chart summarizing the headline specs and differences among Samsung's expanding line of Galaxy tablets.
Will Samsung ever create a tablet larger than 10.1 inches? If this chart suggests anything, it's Samsung's willingness to venture into new territory. If the company can get the weight and thickness in line with the svelte Tab 10.1, I think a 13-inch tablet could actually offer one of the most compelling alternatives to the iPad.
|Galaxy Note||Galaxy Tab 10.1|
|Price||TBD||$350 (Wi-Fi)||TBD||TBD||$499 (16GB, Wi-Fi)|
|Panel||5.3 inches (Super AMOLED)||7 inches||7.7 inches (Super AMOLED)||8.9 inches||10.1 inches|
|Res||1,280x800 pixels||600x1,024 pixels||1,280x800 pixels||1,280x800 pixels||1,280x800 pixels|
|Chip||1.4GHz dual-core, type unknown||1GHz A8 Cortex Processor||1.4GHz dual-core, type unknown||1GHz dual-core (Wi-Fi model),1.5GHz dual-core (4G LTE model), type unknown||1GHz dual-core, Nvidia T720|
|OS||2.3 (Gingerbread)||2.3 (Gingerbread)||3.2 (Honeycomb)||3.2 (Honeycomb)||3.1 (Honeycomb)|
|SD||Yes (microSD)||Yes (microSD)||Yes (microSD)||No (adapter required)||No (adapter required)|