Samsung is set to unveil the Galaxy Tab 7.7 inch pictured above at the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA 2011) in Berlin this week. Android Life was able to get their hands on two photos of this upcoming 7.7 inch Android Tablet from Samsung.
The Galaxy Tab 7.7 inch is expected to sport a cool Super AMOLED Plus display with a dual-core Samsung Exynos processor which is clocked between 1.0 Ghz and 1.5 Ghz, a 1024x600 display, internal storage between 8 GB and 64 GB, a 2 MP front shooter, 3 MP rear shooter, Wifi and HSPA+ and Samsung's TouchWiz UI.
As you can see from the photo above, you will notice the capacitive buttons and these buttons are normally used by Android 2.x and not HoneyComb but it is still possible that this new Galaxy Tab 7.7 might just run HoneyComb as the photos taken are prototype units so the final unit may or may not have these capacitive buttons. Its rather strange seeing Samsung trying out all the different sizes. We have seen 7", 7.7", 8.9", 10.1" tablets all from Samsung. Would 7.7" tablets make a difference compare to the usual 7" ones? We'll find out when Samsung releases it to the world.
Source: Android Life