Galaxy Tab

10-inch Galaxy Tab Coming early 2011

We all knew that Samsung had plans to further enter the tablet market with new Galaxy S devices. We now have official word from Samsung Mobile Ireland’s manager Gary Twohig. The details are scarce and although we didn’t get a price point, we did get a confirmation that the device is preparing to be released in the first half of 2011.

Samsung comments on Galaxy Tab App Display issues, admits to some apps not scaling

Samsung today has acknowledged that some Android apps on the upcoming Galaxy Tab will not display correctly due to running smaller than the 7-inch screen allows. The issue here would be with apps that are 800-by-400 in pixel resolution. This problem only applies to a few downloadable third party apps, Google's entire suite of mobile apps such as the Market and maps are fully scaleable, as well as our own Android Community app.

Chrome OS Replacing Android on the next galaxy tab?

Samsung’s much hyped Galaxy Tab hasn’t even been released yet and people are already speculating on the future of the device. Many are reporting that the next update for the current Tab or the next model will be sporting Chrome OS instead of Android 2.2. It all depends on what Google has in store for Android 3.0 (Gingerbread) if it’s more tablet friendly then it would be the next update. However, if it is still not built with a tablet in mind, like Google has stated was the case for 2.2, then Samsung may consider Chrome OS.

Samsung Galaxy Tab Promotion Video hits the web

The Samsung Galaxy Tab is sure getting it’s 15 minutes of fame recently. First with a blowout announcement of all 4 carriers on board and then multiple demo’s and videos on their own site. Now comes another video this time a promo detailing it’s 7 inch pocketability, or lack thereof (seen below).

Android Apps on the Samsung Galaxy Tab look just fine

Just as Google was stating that their Android 2.2 OS was not built for devices with a larger than 4-5 inch screen, analyst Rob Enderle of Enderle Group has said that Android Market apps simply will not look pleasing on the device because they were built for smaller screens. However, how well does an opinion stack up with actual knowledge of the device? Android community had gotten their hands-on the device at the Samsung Tab Event last Thursday, and real world tests in this case do not stack up with the "expert opinion." Android Community app on Galaxy Tab

Samsung Event Wrap-up, Galaxy Tab Hands on Video and Accessories

The Samsung event today answered a lot of questions we have been wondering for a while now. What carriers will the Tab be released on? - all. Will there be a WiFi only model? - yes, details soon. And finally which accessories will be available alongside release later this year? While still some questions remain, price and availability, we still have enough to keep us excited until it's launch in the coming months.

Full Flash 10.1 on Samsung Galaxy Tab

Let’s face it Flash is everywhere. From videos, to interactive websites, to games, Flash is still a very powerful tool, regardless of what other companies are trying to say. If you have been looking for a tablet that features full flash then it looks like the fully versatile Samsung Galaxy Tab will be a great option. Announced at their press conference just a few minutes ago, the Tab will feature full flash 10.1 when it ships in a few months.

Galaxy Tab – WiFi only coming to the US

Samsung just announced that the Galaxy Tab will be coming in a WiFi only version when it launches in the coming months. As if 4 carriers was not enough options for you, you now have one more, contract free option to get your hands on the hyped tablet. No price point or availability yet but more details to come following the currently ongoing press conference. [Via Slashgear]

Samsung Officially announces Galaxy Tab for the US, headed to Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon

Just as we suspected, the Samsung Galaxy Tab will be headed to all 4 major US carriers. It is expected to be released in October or November but no official pice point has been stated, we will have to hear this from the careers themselves along with availability. No word yet on if a WiFi only or unlocked version will hit US shelves as well, but it is being “discussed internally”.

Galaxy Tab and 3 New Android Devices part of the AT&T holiday lineup

Engadget just got another AT&T internal leak, this time detailing the carriers lineup for the 2010 holiday season. Among the devices being released for the holiday season, we see the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The Galaxy Tab will be Android 2.2 based - even with the apparent lack of support from Google - but it may be an acceptable size for Android 2.2 Froyo.
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