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Samsung Galaxy Tab2 Teaser Video official suggest 7 inch Super-Amoled -Fake?

Samsung Galaxy Tab2 Teaser Video official suggest 7 inch Super-Amoled -Fake?


There are rumors that the Samsung Galaxy Tab-2 will be introduced at the MWC-2011 event in Barcelona. Now there is the first official teaser video available. We don´t belive that Samsung can deliver so much Super-Amoleds, so we think the Galaxy-Tab will get a LCD-TFT Display. Because at the FPD-2010 and CES-2011 show only a 7 inch Amoled Display wich featured:
WXVGA 1200×600 Pixel 169 ppi with 16.7 M colors,250 cd/m² free viewing angels and >100% NTSC color space. So we can not believe that Samsung Mobile Display can mass produce a Super-Amoled Display with 2048×1200 pixel yet. The next reason is that the new OLED fab is production ready in June 2011. In an Interview with Barry young which we published in the next few days he think that Samsung Mobile Display can mass produce 7 inch AMOLED panels in the 3-4 quarter 2011. So we believe that this technical specifications can not be real!

Please check out our Interview with the Managing Director of the OLED-Association:

Why the Samsung Galaxy-Tab-2 features a LCD instead of an OLED Display

The rumors says the Galaxy-Tab2 features:

Android OS 2.3 Gingerbread (upgrade 3.0 Honeycomb)
– 3D Display (after upgrade to 3.0 Honeycomb)
– NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor
– 7-inch Super AMOLED screen with Monster Resolution (2048 x 1200 pixel) (This is unrealistic see our comment above)
– Gorrila Glass screen
– Main Camera: 8.0 megapixel camera with HD video recording (1080p) with Dual LED flash
– Front Camera: 3.0 megapixel camera
– 3G
– Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v3.0,
– USB Port
– 64 GB Internal Memory
– MicroSD Slot (up to 32 GB)
– 1024 MB RAM
– Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Compass, Barometer
– Colours: Black-Black, Black-Silver, White-Silver

Samsung Galaxy-Tab2 with 7 inch AMOLED at FPD-2010 and CES-2011



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