Mobile recycling could lead users to Samsung Galaxy Tab
1 November 2010 — 7:08 PM
Those who find their lifestyle is more suited to a tablet device than a mobile may find recycling their phone and investing in the Samsung Galaxy Tab is a shrewd course of action over the coming weeks.
Such a transaction has been made even easier by the news Orange is to stock the popular model – the final addition to its portfolio before Christmas.
The product has a number of striking specifications that could tempt any mobile user to make the switch, including its use of the Android 2.2 operating system, a seven-inch display screen and excellent functions for watching films and playing music.
It also boasts the required technology for pastimes such as e-reading, viewing pictures and sharing documents.
There will even be a direct link to some of the network's top apps, from the 2-4-1 cinema offer to Orange Maps.
Other possible options for tablet fans include the revolutionary Apple iPad and the BlackBerry PlayBook.
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