Samsung has become the latest challenger to enter the tablet computer battle, unveiling its Galaxy Tab at the IFA conference in Berlin.
The device will run on Google’s Android operating system, with a capacity of 16 or 32Gb, expandable by 32Gb more.
It weighs 380g (14oz), and has an 18cm (7in) screen – smaller and lighter than its principal rival the iPad.
Vodafone has announced that it will distribute the device in European markets including the UK in October.
The tablet can connect via 3G networks, as well as wi-fi and Bluetooth.
It will employ Samsung’s “Reader’s Hub” for e-books and the “Media Hub” for music and videos. It supports Flash video and will be able to stream content to a TV.
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