The Galaxy Tab is the most refined Android tablet we’ve tested, in large part thanks to its “Super TFT” screen. At 1024x600, this 7-inch display exceeds Android 2.2’s maximum screen resolution of 854x480. While Android apps built to that standard spec will be “upscaled” on the Tab’s screen, we didn’t notice any ugly pixel interpolation during testing. The Galaxy Tab’s screen is sharp, bright and categorically brilliant. True, we didn’t test for color accuracy, but skintones looked natural in HD movies (the Tab handles 1080p), and no one is doing Photoshop editing on a 7-inch screen.