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Before the release of Galaxy Tab, it was said that its screen would be AMOLED, which is thinner, lighter and offers better viewing in direct sunlight. But Samsung’s tablet came to market with the standard 7-inch TFT LCD screen with 1024 x 600 resolution.The screen is made with the ultra-resistant Gorilla Glass. Its image is bright and very colorful, and its WSVGA resolution (1024×600) provides very clear images, with a density of 192 pixels per inch.A good screen should provide nice viewing in bright light conditions, have prompt response, must be clear and be ble to show bright and dark areas simultaneously. It also must respond quickly and precisely to the touch.The screen is very good indoors. With settings to change brightness, color saturation and contrast, you can customize it to suit various preferences. Videos look great with bright colors.Under direct sunlight, the image gets blurry and fingerprint marks on the screen are highlighted by the reflection of sunshine. The images lose contrast, but nevertheless they are still clearly visible.The good pixel density makes reading books in electronic format a nice experience (but our opinion is that Kindle’s e-Ink screen is the most comfortable for reading e-books).The response time is good, the capacitive screen is extremely sensitive. Selections, scrolls, and zoom had immediate response to touch.The four-way accelerometer is also sensitive enough for most applications, adjusting the screen quickly when it is turned. Only when using the browser we noticed that it was a bit slower, but nothing that would compromise performance. There is no physical button to turn the accelerometer off, and it is impossible to calibrate the screen to avoid unwanted movements. A solution to block these moves is to use the function to keep the screen in portrait or landscape.