When it comes to status symbols among teenagers, fashion matters—but the hottest accessories these days are the latest tech gadgets. The Galaxy Tab™ is not just a great gadget to show off to your friends, but it’s an easy, fun way to manage your busy social life.
Smartphones go a long way in keeping you connected at all times, but imagine having something with a larger screen, a longer battery life, better video quality and fast, easy navigation that isn’t quite as big (or as heavy) as a laptop. That’s where Galaxy Tab comes in.
Here are a few ways you can take full advantage of the Tab’s many impressive features:
It's slim and lightweight, making it the perfect portable device for any busy teen. The Galaxy Tab looks great yet it's easy to grip so it fits comfortably in your hand.
The Galaxy Tab runs on Android™ and supports the latest Adobe® Flash Player®software for fast, seamless Web viewing and gaming. It's also a great device to watch YouTube on.
The rear-facing 3-megapixel camera captures photos and videos that are easy to edit, upload and share right away, and the 2-megapixel front-facing camera allows you to video chat with friends.
Samsung Media Hub provides content that can be downloaded and viewed on up to five Media Hub–enabled devices, including the Galaxy Tab and Galaxy S smartphone.
Upload videos and photos, then share them with everyone.
Wake up on time and avoid getting detention again for being late to class.
With more than 250,000 apps available in Google Play, there are some apps that can help with schoolwork (RealCalc Scientific Calculator) while others can provide a much needed break (Angry Birds).
Keep up with friends on Facebook, Twitter and other networking sites via Social Hub* and enjoy messaging capability.
With the Amazon Kindle app, get access to the Kindle Store and its large selection of books, including New York Times bestsellers as well as free sample books, chapters and popular classics. Plus, find free out-of-trademark books, including Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Pride & Prejudice, and purchase books via Google Play with the Google Books app.
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