Looks like Samsung isn’t taking Kindle Fire’s 50 plus percent of the Android Tablet market too well as they release a trio of detailed charts laying out the difference among the three 7″ tablets. Samsung is obviously spinning these charts to their favor, but it’s clear that if running full-boar Android is your thing, the clear choice is a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7″ tablet. Tablets like the Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet often fulfill the entire need of the buyer with their own Android ecosystem, which is exactly where and why Samsung should be concerned.
The biggest benefit of Amazon’s Kindle Fire and Barnes and Noble’s Nook Tablet is the one-stop shop for customers, especially Kindle Fire buyers with movies, music, games and everything else Amazon’s very own Android market can offer.
In the three charts, Samsung shows how its Tab 2 7″ shines with its video calling cameras, expandable storage, unlimited access to applications via Google Play, the latest version of Android, support for Bluetooth and GPS, as well as the tablet’s weight against the competition. Samsung further stresses the larger choice of various media formats the Tab 2 7″ can play and pretty much just tells you what you’re missing by picking up the Kindle Fire or Nook Tablet.
So let me ask you, do you need to look at Samsung’s charts or can you already say which of these you’d rather buy?