Now Samsung is also taking a part in the tablet market by lunching Samsung’s upcoming tablet computer S-Pad. Samsung executive confirmed to launch the tablet in the second half of 2010. Some sources reporting an August release in addition to other details.
The 7-inch tablet powered by Google’s smartphone OS Android on a supposed 7-inch Samsung S-Pad using one of the company’s Super AMOLED displays with WiFi and 3G data connectivity — the latter supplied by SK Telecom who will supposedly help distribute the device. It’ll also bring an iPad-esque USB dock and content from Kyobo books (Korea’s largest bookstore) and Samsung’s own Samsung Apps application store.
Samsung is also working on to provide high quality applications to the users, which is understandable since content is as equally important as the hardware. Samsung will most likely distribute the apps via its own app store, SamsungApps.com
While no price has been given you can expect the cost to be exorbitant thanks to that extra large Super AMOLED display unless SK Telecom can push it down through ample subsidies.