CES 2012: Verizon unveil 4G LTE-enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7

By Telecom Lead
Team: Samsung Telecommunications America (Samsung Mobile) has unveiled the 4G
LTE-enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 at 2012 CES. Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7
will be available on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE mobile broadband network in
the coming weeks.


Wireless covers more than 200 million people in 190 markets in the United
States and provides 4G services.


The Samsung
Galaxy Tab 7.7 features super AMOLED Plus touchscreen display, which
allows customers to watch movies, view pictures and play games that come to
life in high-definition 720p (1280×800) resolution.


The Galaxy Tab
7.7 is powered with 1.4 GHz dual-core processor and Android 3.2,
Honeycomb. The Galaxy Tab 7.7 measures just 7.9 millimeters thin and
weighs only 340 grams. It also features Peel Smart Remote that allows customers
to find and watch their favorite TV shows and discover new shows based on their
preferences through built-in infrared blaster.


The tab is
capable of becoming a mobile hotspot and able to share the 4G LTE connection
with up to 10 Wi-Fi enabled devices or 3G connection with up to 5 Wi-Fi enabled


In addition,
the Galaxy Tab 7.7 has got SAFE certification, which signifies that the
Tab 7.7 is equipped with an exclusive suite of security features that deliver
enterprise-friendly capabilities to help safeguard sensitive data and
communications, including Mobile Device Management (MDM), on-device Encryption,
Virtual Private Network (VPN) and corporate email, calendar and contacts.


Samsung Telecommunications America recently launched Samsung Approved for
Enterprise (SAFE) program last year. The deployment of SAFE solutions leverages
Samsung’s Galaxy smartphone and tablet portfolio will help ensure that any
organization’s mobile work force is securely connected to corporate
applications and data while away from their desk.


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