Samsung launches the 7.7" Super AMOLED tablet and the 5.3" HD Super AMOLED phone

Samsung launched three OLED products today, two of which are very exciting. The first is the Galaxy Tab 7.7, which has the world's largest mass-production OLED display at 7.7" (1280x800). It's a Super AMOLED Plus display. Other include Android v3.2, Dual-core 1.4Ghz processor, HSPA+ radio, 16GB to 64GB internal storage and a microSD slot, Wi-Fi, GPS and two cameras (3MP and 2MP).

The second exciting product is the Galaxy Note, a 5.3" Super AMOLED phone, offering the same resolution as the Tab - 1280x800. Samsung is using PenTile here. They are not using the Super AMOLED HD brand we thought they'd use, istead they simply call it a HD Super AMOLED display. It seems that Samsung will use Super AMOLED for PenTile displays and Super AMOLED Plus for non-pentile display, regardless of pixel density.

The third new product is the NX200, an APS-C (micro-four-thirds) DSLR camera (the successor to the NX100). It sports a 20.3mp sensor, Full-HD videos, 0.1-second autofocus speed and a 3" VGA AMOLED display.



Posted: Sep 01,2011 by Ron Mertens

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Can't wait for the new tab to go on sale, hopefully it won't be too expensive.