Samsung’s Galaxy Tab series boasts seven distinct models. Throw in all of the variants of each one — LTE, WiFi, WiMAX and even the Galaxy Note 10.1 if you want to be picky — and all of a sudden the number of tablets produced by the Korean electronics giant over the past sixteen months shoots up to exceed twenty. In a vast sea of incredibly similar-looking Android slates, there’s one model that dares to be different: the Galaxy Tab 7.7, an oddly sized tablet with a stunning Super AMOLED Plus display.
Last month, we were given the opportunity to review the global version, and definitely liked what we saw. It’s an understatement, then, to say that we were ecstatic to give Verizon’s LTE version a run for its money (which, at $ 500 with a two-year commitment and $ 700 without, is a lot). What did Big Red choose to tweak? How’s the battery life once you factor in that next-gen network? These answers and more are coming your way after the break.
Gallery: Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE overview