Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus WiFi + 3G 32 GB Review posted on
7 inch 3G Tablet
The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus really is a gussied-up, slimmed-down, priced-right version of the original Galaxy Tab. If that tablet had released last year looking and feeling (and costing) like this one does it would have been a revolution. As it was it never found that level of success and, while the 7.0 Plus is definitely a far better device, it just doesn't have anything that makes it stand out among Samsung's increasingly busy selections.
Rating: 4

Specifications

System

Category: 3G
Released: December 2011
RRP: £539
Display: 7 inch Capacitive (1024x600 px
Processor: 1.2 GHz Samsung Exynos ( dual core )
Memory: 1 GB
OS: Google Android 3.2 Honeycomb

Connectivity

USB 3.0: 0
USB 2.0: 1
VGA:
HDMI:

Communications

Ethernet (LAN): None
Wi-Fi (WLAN): B/G/N
Mobile Broadband (WWAN):
Bluetooth: 3.0

Power

Battery Life: 8 hours

Input Devices

Pointing Device: None
Keyboard:
Fingerprint Reader:

Storage

Internal Storage: 32 GB
SD Card Slot: No

Cameras

Rear Cam: 3.0 MP
Front Cam: 2.0 MP

Dimensions & Weight

Thickness (Average): 10 mm
Width: 194 mm
Depth: 122 mm
Weight: 0.4 kg

Reviews

Engadget  
The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus really is a gussied-up, slimmed-down, priced-right version of the original Galaxy Tab. If that tablet had released last year looking and feeling (and costing) like this one does it would have been a revolution. As it was it never found that level of success and, while the 7.0 Plus is definitely a far better device, it just doesn't have anything that makes it stand out among Samsung's increasingly busy selections.
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Laptop Mag  
Samsung makes some of the best Android tablets on the market, and the $399 Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus is further proof. There's just one problem: The 7.0 Plus is hitting the market at the same time as Amazon's Kindle Fire and Barnes & Noble's Nook Tablet, which cost $199 and $249, respectively. Still, the Galaxy Tab 7.0 plus is thinner and lighter than both and offers an integrated IR blaster and the Peel app, something you won't find on any other tablet. Bottom line: If you're looking for a traditional Android tablet experience in a slim design, the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus is a very good choice.
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Cnet  
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus is pretty and sleek, with well-implemented remote-control functionality, making it the best 7-inch Honeycomb tablet yet.
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