Product Launch by Todd Haselton on Wednesday January 05, 2011.
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Today at CES in Las Vegas, Samsung officially announced a Wi-Fi version of the Galaxy Tab, a device that it currently sells through carrier partnerships with 3G connectivity.
The Wi-Fi only Galaxy Tab offers all of the goodies of the 3G version, including Android 2.2 Froyo, support for Flash Player 10.1, 16GB of internal storage with a microSD card slot for up to 32GB of additional storage, and more. It also has a 1.3MP forward-facing camera and a 3MP rear-camera for video and picture taking.
Samsung's Chief Strategy Officer for Samsung Mobile, Omar Khan, also announced that Samsung has shipped 1.5 million Galaxy Tab units globally.
Other Galaxy Tab features include a Daily Briefing app, AllShare DLNA funtionality for sharing content with an HD TV, and a 4000mAH battery.
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