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Samsung teases with trim tablet snap

Camera never lies, right?

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Samsung has posted a teaser shot for its upcoming 8.9in Galaxy Tab, which for some reason interweb pundits believe proves the tablet will be a skinny affair.

All you can really tell from the shot is that the gadget will have an earphones socket and a textured back.

You can make anything look thin if you photograph it from the right angle.

Samsung tablet teaser

Of course, there's no reason why the 8.9in Tab won't be particularly thin. If Apple can take the iPad from 13mm down to 9mm, Samsung should be able to do the same with its offering.

Whatever Samsung has come up with, the beans will be spilled on 22 March. ®

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