Although Tablet PCs have been around for ages, the Apple iPad takes credit for¬†revolutionizing¬†the tablet market. Nearly six months after its¬ debut earlier this year, a noteworthy¬†competitor¬†is still missing. Fortunately, that’s all about to change: Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Tab runs on Android, has two cameras, support for video chat, and offers other features the iPad lacks. In addition, most reports indicate¬†that a¬†subsidized 3G iteration will¬†launch on AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon this year giving it a boost over the AT&T-only iPad 3G. However, with Apple’s upcoming iOS 4.1 update, larger App Store, and established market share, Samsung faces stiff competition.
While we haven’t managed to get our hands on the Galaxy Tab yet, here is my in-depth rundown¬†comparison¬†of the specifications and features. Feel free to blog, tweet, or share this, but please credit our hard work. Also, for an enlarged view, just click on the infographic.
What are your thoughts about these two tablets? Which one will you be buying? Did we miss anything in our infographic? Please let us know in the comments!