Android 3.1 powered Samsung Galaxy 750 is priced at Rs.36,200.It will have a 1GB RAM and 1GH z processor .The reduced sized smaller version, the Galaxy 730 tab has a 8.9 inch screen. It will be available at a much reduced price tag of RS.33, 990.The other specific features of both the tablets are kept almost similar. May it be the 16 GB internal storage or the 1GB RAM with 1GHz processor, it"s all a common in both the tablets.
The theory is violated when it comes to the power management unit of both the tablets. Samsung Galaxy 750 is wired to a 7,000 mAh battery while the other Galaxy 730 has a 6,100 mAh battery. Both the tablets feature advanced applications. A preloaded Mobile TV lets the user to have the luxury of 55 Indian channels. A Reader application gives user access to over 17 newspapers and magazines and an unbelievable and 30,000 Indian language books.
With the news about the launch of Samsung Galaxy out a long time before, all the major telecom service providers have been trying to bring out these Samsung tablets with their brand name scripted aside, foreseeing the major success the tablets are expected to have in the Indian market. The brand which finally made it was the Vodafone, which has already declared attractive offers as a part of promotion of the tablets. One such offer includes, up to 2GB free data at just RS.3000 and that too with a validity of 6 months.
All these shows the acceptance of Samsung gadgets among the Indian consumers and gadget buffs in India. Samsung Galaxy series which was already a household name in Indian mobile market is expected to get more popular with these brand extensions now coming to the attractive tablet segment as well.