We already knew that Samsung (and pretty much every other major PC makers) had a tablet PC in the works. Now a few more details are leaking out of Korea, courtesy of Etnews. I’d take this with a grain of salt, since I still haven’t heard anything official, but Etnews reports that the tablet will tentatively be called the S-Pad, and that it will have a 7 inch Super AMOLED display.
The Samsung tablet will also reportedly run Google Android, despite some reports that are apparently suggesting it might run Samsung’s BADA OS, which was also developed for smartphones. The tablet will reportedly sport WiFi and 3G wireless connectivity options, although like the Apple iPad, the Samsung S-Pad will apparently be available with WiFi only at launch.
Of course, if you just can’t wait until August for the Samsung S-Pad, you could always just build your own Samsung tablet by taking apart a Samsung netbook and putting it back together again — without the keyboard.
Samsung has dabbled in the tablet space in the past, with UMPCs like the Samsung Q1 pictured above.