Samsung was planning to release a 7-inch and 10.1-inch model. And then more recently, we saw the image leak which was showing the Galaxy Tab 3 box along with a look at the front of the tablet. Those bits aside, it looks like some new details have surfaced by way of the UAProf.
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saw the leak back in mid-December and as of today, Samsung has come forward with an official announcement for the Garnet Red Galaxy Tab 2. The one catch though, while the rumors were calling for a red 10.1-inch and 7.0-inch Galaxy Tab 2 -- Samsung will only be releasing the smaller of the two in red.
Samsung has yet to offer any sort of confirmation at this point, it looks like some early details have begun to leak for the next-generation Galaxy Tab tablet. In this case, that would be the Galaxy Tab 3 and it looks like Samsung will continue the trend and offer two models -- one with a 7-inch display and one with a 10.1-inch display.
rumored Nexus 10 tablet made by Samsung. A new photo has surfaced on Picasa and a quick look at the EXIF data has our interested piqued to say the least. The photo was snapped with a device being listed as the Nexus 10. More details can be found below.
Samsung was hit with a huge fine during its court battle with Apple in a copyright infringement lawsuit last month. Samsung ended up having to pay just a little over $1 billion to Apple, which certainly isn't chump change by any means. The good news is that Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet was found not to be infringing on any of Apple's design patents this time around. However, the tablet suffered a different fate back in June, when the court thought that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 was most likely infringing on Apple's designs. That was enough to have the tablet banned from being sold in the US.
Ice Cream Sandwich. They've released one at about every size you can think of, some more than once, and the latest Galaxy Tab 2 already has ICS out of the box. It's only fair they get these updated and we are now hearing they'll be doing exactly that starting next month.
Galaxy Tab, the original Galaxy S, and a few others will never officially see Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich from Samsung. Instead they'll be getting the hotly discussed Samsung "value pack" instead that will bring ICS-like features to the aging devices. Today that update appears to be ready.
Ice Cream Sandwich powered Galaxy Tab 2 10-inch will only be $399 for the base model. Everyone, welcome Samsung to the competitively priced tablet party.