We've already heard how some are now disappointed in their iPad screen after using an iPhone 4, but judging by the Samsung Galaxy Tab's rumoured specs, leaked in a firmware release, it could be the same story here.
The 7-inch tablet may be a few inches smaller than the iPad, but with a purported resolution of 480x800 it will look ghastly next to the 4-inch Galaxy S smartphone it's modelled on, which will have the exact same resolution. It's not exactly the Super AMOLED we once heard about.
Likewise, the rumoured resolution of the back-facing webcam sounds similarly disappointing, said to be shooting in 2048x1536 res& - that is, QXGA at 3.1MP. The forward-facing webcam is even lower quality, at QVGA quality - 320x240.
Now this could all be a load of baloney, so don't go rushing out and buy some other tablet before Samsung unveils its Galaxy Tab at the IFA electronics show early next month. No longer am I holding my breath, though. [Samsung Firmware via OLED-Display]
UPDATE: There's some discussion over the authenticity of the screen resolution claims - with some pointing at a res of 1024x600, instead. [Thanks Karl!]