Just four days before the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Tab (destined for SK Telecom in South Korea), another large Korean carrier announced its own Android-running tablet. The Korea Telecoms Identity tab is a 7” Eclair-running slate with a 1GHz CPU and 8 GB of internal storage.
There will also be an SD expansion slot and a DMB TV tuner inside the aluminum-clad tablet. A 3 megapixel camera will also be at your disposal, while the resolution of the display will be WVGA.
The highlights of the specs sheet continue with 512 MB of RAM, a built-in GPS, and standard miniUSB data and 3.5mm audio connectors. The built-in Wi-Fi antenna will support the b, g and n standards, while the 4000 mAh battery promises up to 72 hours of stand or 3.5 hours of video playback (which is quite modest if you ask us).
Probably one of the best parts about the KT Identity Tab is its price. The tablet will go for just over 250 dollars, which is cheap to the point of unbelievable in our books. You can even get it for free if you are willing to sign a contract.