05/25/2011, In our Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 review, we played around with the Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system, but here is news for you – the model which ships to the US will feature Android 3.1 Honeycomb upon its release Stateside, at least according to Samsung’s Facebook page. How do you know that this is true? Just check out the product information page on its US website to have those question […]
05/24/2011, Folks living in the US have a pretty good idea on when Samsung will be introducing their updated Galaxy Tab models to the masses as well as the price tags attached, but our friends living across the pond (Germany, to be exact) has just gotten hold of the Galaxy Tab 8.9′s pre-order page up over at Amazon.de, slapping a 606.50 Euro price tag on it – and you can choose […]
05/21/2011, I have to admit that I was noticeably surprised when I discovered the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 for the first time – the device is sleek, elegant and its materials do not look cheap. This device is so different than the one I first saw at MWC, the hardware has really improved! Except for the proportions ratio, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 looks very similar to the iPad 2, it is […]
05/18/2011, Want to get your hands on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 after looking at your mate with green eyes, kicking yourself in the back because you decided to turn down his offer to join him at Google I/O this year? Well, there is always the opportunity to redeem yourself by placing a pre-order for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 over at J&R.
05/16/2011, Great news Galaxy S owners! If you were worried that Samsung was never going to release the Android 2.3 update for your phones just to push sales of the Galaxy S II units – you don’t have to worry anymore. Samsung has officially announced that their Samsung Galaxy S phones will all be getting the jump to Gingerbread. This means the Galaxy S, Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Gio, Galaxy […]
05/12/2011, Are you an owner (not necessarily a proud one, sorry, I couldn’t resist that jab) of the original Samsung Galaxy Tab? Here is a piece of good news now, as Samsung has announced that they will be introducing the Android 2.3.3 update (in other words, Gingerbread) for their maiden attempt at the tablet market. Originally reported at Androidiani and confirmed by users from XDA-Developers, Samsung Galaxy Tab owners residing in […]
05/10/2011, We do know that Samsung will be rolling out the Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the near future, and so far it will come in black according to popular knowledge. Well, it seems that there will be a white version in the pipeline as well, as Samsung actually showed off a white version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 for folks who will be attending the Google I/O 2011 conference.
05/03/2011, Samsung has a couple more Galaxy Tab up their sleeves this year, with the 10.1 model having been unveiled at CTIA Wireless earlier this year, being powered by the latest tablet-specific Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system. Of course, you should not mistake this for the original and a whole lot fatter 10.1 tablet, since this model that has just arrived at the FCC measures a mere 8.6 mm thin. The […]
05/03/2011, Your top dollar might not help you earn top performance in devices that you purchase these days, especially when you take the Samsung Galaxy Tab into consideration. We’re talking about the Wi-Fi only version which arrived in the market recently, where it more or less looks like the 3G enabled model on the outside, there are some rather significant differences when you remove those bolts and nuts that hold everything […]
05/03/2011, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 8.9 was first seen at CTIA Wireless earlier this year, where it came in the form of a glass protected dummy model. Well, the real deal has made an appearance in Germany during the weekend where everyone was greeted with news that the FBI’s most wanted criminal has been shot dead in Pakistan. The tablet from South Korea debuted at Frankfurt, where it was a whole lot […]
04/13/2011, T3 Motion Inc has just announced their new their R3 hybrid electric consumer vehicle prototype will feature Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablets in their dashboards. The economic hybrid vehicle will make use of the Galaxy Tab for GPS navigation, live traffic information, stay connected (email/IM etc) and running other Android apps (Angry Birds while waiting for the red light?). Fortunately, the vehicle’s speedometers and fuel gauge won’t be displayed on […]
04/13/2011, The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 that was unveiled earlier this year finally has a release date and a price. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 will arrive in stores on June 8, 2011. The tablets will be priced at $499 for the 16GB WiFi-only version, and $599 for the 32GB WiFi-only version. The Galaxy Tab 8.9 will go on sale later in the year, with a price tag of $469 for […]
04/12/2011, One of the reasons about why the Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablet didn’t do so well in the US has been because of its high price especially because it was tied down to a contract, and for folks with tether-capable phones or no use for 3G on the tablet – it was a waste of money. Samsung announced that a WiFi-only version of the tablet will be arriving and it’s […]
04/07/2011, Verizon has had its hands full with the launch of new tablets on their network recently – namely the iPad 2 and the Motorola Xoom, but that doesn’t mean that they’ve forgotten about the Galaxy Tab. In fact, Big Red has just released an update that brings significant improvements to the tablet. These changes include: searching for WiFi hotspots no longer negatively affects battery life, access hyperlinks within email messages, […]