The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus certainly is the pinnacle of 7″ tablets at the moment, packing in a whole lot of processing power into a body that tips the scales at a mere 345 grams while measuring just 9.96mm thin.
As for the core components of the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, expect to see a 1.2-Ghz dual-core processor combined with one gigabyte of RAM within Samsung's tablet. The device will be split into a 16-gigabyte or 32-gigabyte variant as far as its internal storage goes, although owners will be able to add up to 32 gigabytes of additional capacity as a result of the MicroSD card on the 7.0 Plus.
The screen on the 7.0 Plus, measuring seven inches across the diagonal, will run at a 1024-by-600 resolution and support four-way rotation, thanks to the tablet's built-in gyroscope and accelerometer. Users/Consumers will be able to hook up to the Web via a built-in Wireless-N connection, but the 7.0 Plus also supports cellular connectivity on an HSPA+21 or EDGE/GPRS network.[Source: PCmag, Engadget & Samsung]