Looks like T-Mobile is prepping up successor to Galaxy Tab that was released worldwide by Samsung last year. The tablet (pictured above) is yet to receive official word but it does have a the rumored name — Galaxy Tab Plus. While the Samsung Galaxy Tab Plus is said to run latest Android 3.2, you’ll be disappointed if you thought there would be some serious bump in specs.
The Galaxy Tab Plus is rumored to feature an upgraded single core processor — meaning no dual-core love for this one — and will be slightly slimmer than the Galaxy Tab we saw last year. But, it won’t be anything near to Galaxy Tab 7.7 Samsung unveiled at IFA event in the beginning of this month.
We’re guessing this is just a stop-gap solution Sammy is cooking up till it launches the Galaxy Tab 7.7 — both in US and worldwide — that would hold some challenge to other 7 inch tablets with Android 3.x, like HTC flyer and recently-leaked 7-inch Motorola tablet.
More pics of the T-Mobile Galaxy Tab Plus below:
Galaxy Tab Plus Android OS Version 3.2
Galaxy Tab Plus Front
If you’re a T-Mobile subscriber, are you looking forward to it? And anyone for Wi-Fi only variant with no contract with carrier? Let us know in comments.
Via Android Life