South Korean electronics manufacturer, Samsung, launched a special device, keeping the tradition alive with previous launches at the Millionaire Fair. Samsung’s much famous and most sold smart gadget this year, the Samsung Galaxy Tab, got an addition of a Luxury Edition today at the Millionaire Fair held in Amsterdam.
The Galaxy Tab Luxury Edition has been placed with a price-tag of $1,000, which comes packed in a leather case and a Bluetooth headset. Critics eye the device as somewhat not different than the standard Samsung Galaxy Tab model which is powered by the Google’s Android OS.
The standard model of the Galaxy Tab sells for $599 at Verizon while Sprint and T-Mobile are offering the tablet for $399, if you are willing to sing up for a 3G data plan. On the other hand, America’s favorite network AT&T is offering the 7-inch screen tablet for $650, without a contract.
Samsung authorities weren’t available for any comment when questioned about the Luxury Edition of the Galaxy Tab being more than $600 expensive compared to the regular edition. But those attending the European expo were quite delighted to have the glimpse of the Luxury Edition as almost all devices present at the expo are high-end and high-priced.
The tablet packs in a:
1. 3-megapixel camera with autofocus
2. LED flash
4. Video recording (720 x 480 @ 30fps)
5. 1.3 megapixel secondary front-facing camera
6. Powered by an ARM Cortex A8 1 GHz Processor
7. Support for Adobe Flash 10.1
8. Bluetooth 3.0, A2DP, A-GPS, USB 2.0
9. 512 MB RAM
10. 16GB internal memory
11. microSD card expandable upto 32GB
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab Luxury Edition would be a limited edition gadget which will only be available for purchase from December 15, 2010 to January 31, 2010.
via [LA Times]