Slashgear got to play with the Samsung Galaxy Tab, in more versions than one and we’re here to have a glance at their review of the T-Mobile version. While the European unit was already reviewed and the Sprint one, too, the T-Mobile Galaxy Tab was checked out by Vincent Nguyen and it looks pretty similar to the other ones. What’s different you’ll learn after the break.
The device measures 4.7 x 7.5 x 0.5 inches and weighs 13.4 oz, performances achieved through plastic build. We’re talking 7 inch 1024 x 600 pixel as usual (LCD TFT) and a Samsung 1GHz Hummingbird processor. 640MB of RAM and 16GB of storage will be found on the inside, while the front of the slate is made from Gorilla Glass.
A front webcam and 3MP camera with LED flash will handle video and photo capture. Quad band GSM and dual band (1700/2100) UMTS are what you’re getting, as far as connectivity is concerned. The product lacks HSPA+ and it runs Android 2.2 Froyo with Samsung’s TouchWiz UI on board and customized apps.
As far as differences go, we found that there’s no phone dialer in the T-Mobile Tab or on the other North American versions. The reason? Voice call was left out, since the Tab is considered more of a companion device than a smartphone replacement. Here’s the full review, if you want more details and a part of it is found after the break: