An unfinished user guide for Verizon’s upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab has surfaced, and while it may not represent the final product, it does give us some interesting things to think about. First off, there are several mentions of phone capabilities, which many had assumed were not included in the US version of this device, that being said, sources have confirmed that the device won’t be able to make calls, so maybe this is an older version of the user manual. Google Search has also been mentioned on several occasions, so it’s still unclear if the Galaxy Tab will be preloaded with Microsoft Bing instead of Google Search from the get go, though a screenshot of a Bing app pre-loaded still maintains the possibility of Bing being set as the default. Finally, some pre-loaded apps have been mentioned, including VZ Navigator, VCAST Music and Videos, Kindle app, ThinkFree Office Suite, NFL Mobile, and Slacker.
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