Galaxy Tab 7.7 with the first Super AMOLED Plus HD display. First announced and debuted back at IFA in September we haven't seen or heard anything about this impressive slate from Samsung since, especially in the US. Does this mean we could be seeing it launched and officially announced at CES 2012 next week?
Tagged: IFA 2011
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7? The first tablet to feature Samsung's Super AMOLED HD display technology that was first spotted at IFA but quickly went missing. For a quick refresh you can start by looking over our Tab 7.7 hands-on because it's one impressive tablet. Apparently the Tab 7.7 should be launching soon and is up for pre-order unlocked with 3G and ready to go.
IFA 2011 this year we saw plenty of good stuff and you can see all that here. Next up is news regarding more Android toys for everyone to enjoy. We now have details regarding new Android offerings from Medion, they will be unleashing both an Android tablet and smartphone later this year.
Galaxy Tab 7.7 and all traces from the showroom floor at IFA 2011. The device is no longer visible and they've covered everything regarding the Tab 7.7 in the building. Details are scant but this appears to be further fall-out from the ongoing and irritating legal battle between the company and Apple.
Samsung Galaxy S II LTE and Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE were officially announced. Later on, we ran across a recently initiated build of CyanogenMod 7 for none other than the HP TouchPad. Which build will have full functionality first? CM7 or the Android 3.2 (Honeycomb) port that’s also in the works?
Philips has shown off three new docking stations in the Fidelio family and all three of these are made specifically for the Android devices out there. The docking station line includes the AS111, AS351, and the AS851. The Android units are based on the same speaker systems as the range made for the iPhone and promises superior sound. The key to allowing the docking stations to work with all Android devices is a special micro USB connector on the dock.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 and the Galaxy Note and though you would like to get one of those new tablets for yourself, we have some bad news. Apparently, Samsung told GottaBeMobile that the company has "no plans" to bring the models to the US. That may mean that if you want one in the States you will need to import or go without.
Galaxy Tab 7.7 then quickly following that with the new Galaxy Note. Not only do both of these have 1280 x 800 AMOLED display's but they both also offer voice and data connectivity. Can you imagine using the Galaxy Tab 7.7 like a phone?