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Los Angeles Industry Analyst Paul Mueller has informed this column that one of the main products Samsung will announce on September 1 is a 7” Galaxy Tab with a Super-AMOLED screen, a dual-core processor, and an Android Honeycomb operating system.
“They will be announcing this as well as the availability of the Samsung Galaxy S II phone availability in the United States. I don’t think Apple is going to be happy,” Mr. Mueller says.
Samsung introduced its first Galaxy Tab in November of 2010 to mostly positive reviews. However, some complained about the slow processor and the fact that the tablet was running an operating system made for phones. That will all change soon.