Samsung has just announced the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 Plus, the successor to the original Galaxy Tab. Unlike the original, this one won't be running on Gingerbread but instead will be getting the full HoneyComb experience and with a 1.2 Ghz dual-core processor as well. In terms of screen, it'll most likely be getting a Super LCD treatment so no AMOLED for this Tab.
There's also 1 GB of RAM onboard, 3 MP rear shooter, 2 MP front facing camera, 16 GB or 32 GB of internal storage and other standard goodies such as Wifi, Bluetooth and such. The Galaxy Tab Plus 7 will be rolling out in Indonesia first, then to Austria around end of October and then slowly to the rest of the world. No word on pricing yet but expect it to be competitively priced.
Now we have a lot of Galaxy Tab form factors - 7 inch, 7.7 inch, 8.9 inch and 10.1 inch. Isn't that too much? I guess Samsung might be testing the market there to see which one sells better (especially the ones below 10.1 inch).