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Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 Orange Telkom Kenya Offer

Starting from as low as Kshs.4000 monthly usage plan, Orange Telkom Kenya subscribers can own a free Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000. This offer is expected to spur growth in sales at Orange retail outlets while increasing the number of subscribers joining its network. Customers will get a free Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 after enrolling to a monthly usage plan starting from Kshs.4000 for 2years. Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 presents a more advanced version of Tablets with exciting and advanced new features such as a brilliant 600×1024 display panel.

Build on 1GHz processor, Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 is capable of multitasking making users accomplish tasks within a shorter period. Its Android 2.2 platform supports countless downloadable applications from the extensive Android market. This version of Android software can be upgraded to version V2.3 to offer more capabilities. Features such as perfect web browsing and email capabilities comparative to a personal computer will be available to Orange subscribers who enrolls in this offer.
Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 Android Smart Phone Features/Specifications;
  • 7.0 inch capacitive touch screen capable of up to 600×1024 pixels resolution. Enjoy full multimedia HD videos and 3D games on a wide TFT display screen.
  • Fast internet connection speed on 3G networks HSPDA 7.2Mbps, HSUPA 5.16Mbps.
  • WiFi. Establish wireless internet connection at home, office or in a cyber café using WiFi wireless technology feature on Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000.
  • 3.15mega-pixel camera with auto focus up to 20481536pixels
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 has a secondary 1.3mega-pixel camera for video calls.
  • 1GHz ARM cortex processor suitable for multitasking
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 tab runs on froyo v2.2 android operating system which is upgradeable to v2.3
Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 Orange Telkom Kenya offer;
  • Price at Orange Kenya shops: free with monthly usage plan starting from Kshs.4000 for 2years.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Comment:
    i need to replace my Samsung GT P1000 LCD touch screen, but unsure of the actual price. How much soes it cost.? and where do i find the services?

    • can i sell to you my galaxy tab p1000 at a cheap price then you keep that fo another time? reach me 0708666264

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