Google and Samsung join forces.

The God of Gadgets might face the tough time in the market soon. Yes we are talking about the company – Apple. There is a spark in the market about the collaboration of two Giants – Samsung & Google having a backup to survive a tough competition from Apple.
This alleged 10.1” tablet will target Apple’s iPad, which will give them a tough fight in the competition and would be a mark left by Google – Samsung in the market. For Google it would be their first step into the high – end tablet market. Perhaps Samsung too, is seeking some leverage out from this partnership instead of relying solely on their Galaxy Tab 10.1 range.

CNET claims that one of the main features of this alleged team up would be a display that carries a whopping 2,560 x 1,600 resolution, which translates to a pixel density of approximately 299 pixels per inch (PPI). When you compare to the iPad’s 9.7” 2,048 x 1,536 resolution Retina display, which maxes out at 264 PPI.

Do you think this collaboration will impact Apple in any way?


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