Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 The First Super AMOLED Plus Tablet

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 is going to be the first super AMOLED Plus tablet being launched in the market


The new tablet is to become the world’s first tablet with the best quality display, which has been the attraction of smartphones for a while. The display features a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels with 197 pixels per inch density (ppi). It is an Android Honeycomb tablet with TouchWiz UX user interface, 1.4GHz dual core processor, 1GB of RAM and various on-device memory options like 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. Read on to know more about the imminent tablet from Samsung.

Super AMOLED - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Super Active-Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode or Super AMOLED is a display technology (variant from AMOLED) mainly for use in mobile devices such as mobile phones (see the list below for examples). One of the main differences from other display technologies is that the layer that detects touch is integrated into the screen rather than being overlaid on top.

Compared with the first-generation AMOLED, some of the Super AMOLED advantages are brighter screens, less sunlight reflection and reduced power consumption.[1][2]

Super AMOLED Plus

Super AMOLED Plus, first introduced with the Samsung Galaxy S II and Samsung Droid Charge smartphones, is a further development where the PenTile RGBG pixel matrix (2 subpixels) is replaced with Samsung's "Real Stripe" (3 subpixels) RGB RGB subpixel arrangement. This goes from eight to twelve subpixels per group, resulting in finer details. The screen technology is also brighter, thinner with AMOLED Plus displays being 18% more energy efficient than the old Super AMOLED displays.[3]