The screen is on show at the the FPD International Green Device 2010 trade-show in China, and is displayed naked alongside versions in a prototype "e-reader" and a small notebook.
Clearly, that "e-reader" is really a 10-inch Galaxy Tab. It's making a video call (not something you'd do on, say, a Kindle) and it has the same row of buttons on the bottom bezel as the smaller 7-inch Tab.
The screen has a 1024×600 resolution and a 1,000:1 aspect ratio, but that's not the most interesting part. Not nearly.
The panel is built using Samsung's existing manufacturing processes, only instead of using a glass substrate for the TFT it uses resin, which results in a tiny reduction in thickness (fro 0.5mm to 0.44mm), but a huge reduction in weight from 130g to just 28g, excluding backlights.
How long will take the 10 inches Galaxy Tab to show up in the US. ? CES 2011 maybe or earlier?