Samsung has today revealed an update of its original Galaxy Tab, adding Android 3.2 and a dual-core processor to its smaller 7" tablet.
As well as a software upgrade to the Honeycomb tablet version of Android, the Tab 7.0 Plus now includes a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, while the secondary front-facing camera has been beefed up from 1.3megapixels to 2.0.
The Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus is also a little thinner and lighter than Samsung's first attempt at an Android tablet, weighing 345g and with a thickness/thinness of just 9.96mm (the first weighed 380g and was 12mm thick).
The Tab 7.0 Plus has been announced for some parts of Europe thus far, and is expected to launch in mid-October. [Sammy Hub]