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Samsung unveils world’s thinnest mobile Tablets

Samsung unveils world’s thinnest mobile Tablets:

GALAXY Tab 10.1 and GALAXY Tab 8.9

Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 and GALAXY Tab 8.9 to feature the first customised Android™ Honeycomb experience for entertainment and business

Auckland, April 26, 2011

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., the global leader in Android™ mobile devices has announced two new additions to its family of GALAXY Tabs in New Zealand: the GALAXY Tab 10.1 and GALAXY Tab 8.9, the thinnest mobile Tablets available with a sleek 8.6mm design.

Stefan Lecchi, head of Telecommunications at Samsung Electronics New Zealand says, “The New Zealand Tablet market is growing rapidly and now Kiwis have more choice.”

Based on Samsung’s very own user interface implemented on the Android™ 3.0 (Honeycomb) platform, the GALAXY Tab 10.1 and 8.9 offer excellent multi-tasking capabilities, enhance user interaction and navigation and an impressive viewing experience.

“The GALAXY Tab 10.1 and 8.9 are remarkable examples of Samsung’s constant innovation and show our dedication to designing premium Tablets that fit the unique needs of consumers around the world,” says JK Shin, President and Head of Samsung’s Mobile Communications Business.

“By combining Samsung’s innovations in design and display with our exciting new user experience, we’ve created a new class of products that will lead the tablet market.”

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