Sharp Shows Off 7-Inch Galapagos Tablet with Android 3.2


Sharp has unveiled their Galapgos A01SH tablet for the Japanese, a 7-inch tablet running Android 3.2. The slate features a 1024×600 resolution, dual-core Tegra 2 processor, and a built-in 42Mbps data connectivity. Other specs include 1GB of RAM, 5MP rear and 2MP front-facing camera, and 8GB of internal storage. Pricing hasn’t been revealed but the tablet should be on sale by the end of the month in the Land of the Rising Sun.

Sharp is committed to bringing at least a few of their tablet products to the US, and we recently saw the A01SH pass through the FCC. Today’s product unveil did not come with any additional details for plans to release the device in other regions, however.

[via Electronista]

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  1. I want this now for $250, come on Sharp.

  2. 1024×600, Niff. Too low res.


  3. Agreed… sell it for $250 and I’ll consider

  4. $250? It’s not a cheap suckie Chinese tablet. If you pay that much money, that’s all you will ever get, cheap, blurry-screened, no-software-support, easily-breaking Chinese tablets.

    Consider its size 7 inch. I guess it will have almost similar pixel density as 1280*768 on 10.1. Some people may want smaller honeycomb tablet, who knows?

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