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Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 Hands-On

While I've got a hunch that the GALAXY Tab 8.9 is going to be the break-out superstar of this whole situation, you've got to admit that this particular tablet is set up QUITE nicely to go directly into battle with the iPad 2 and the Motorola XOOM. We've been essentially championing the Motorola XOOM since it arrived on our doorstep, but no matter how in love I personally am with that particular bowl of Honeycomb, I can't help but look very much forward to this slightly thinner and definitely lighter device.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Revealed

We're here at CTIA 2011 where we've been given the opportunity to take an early look at the soon to be announced Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet. This is a device that will be released with the tablet centric Honeycomb version of Android and will be given the option to upgrade to a TouchWiz tablet optimized user interface soon after release. This tablet's Wifi-only version will be released this summer, while it's 4G HSPA+ version will be released soon after.

Samsung Galaxy Tab II gets the FCC approval

Samsung's followup to the Galaxy Tab has been approved by the FCC and is ready to hit the market. Dubbed the Galaxy Tab II, the new tablet was approved for wireless bands 802.11 a-n, Bluetooth, and GSM bands 850 and 1900. Also included in the approval were WCDMA bands II and V. All these bands are indications that the Tab II is set for US release through AT&T.

No Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 hardware tweaks; Honeycomb slate still on track insists exec

Samsung has insisted the Galaxy Tab 10.1 Honeycomb tablet is still on track with its original release plans, denying speculation that the company were returning the 10.1-inch slate to the engineering lab so as to make it more competitive against the iPad 2. Having been quoted as saying that "[Samsung] will have to improve the parts [of the Galaxy Tab 10.1] that are inadequate" last week, Executive Vice President Lee Don-Joo told Yonhap News this weekend that the tablet wasn't being reworked. Speaking shortly after Apple unveiled the second-gen iPad, Don-Joo had singled out the slate's slim build as a key improvement. Samsung had previously been championing the Galaxy Tab 10.1's thinner chassis than the first-gen iPad, as well as its lighter weight. "We will continue to make every effort to provide the most powerful, well-designed and productive mobile device to customers" Don-Joo now says, though it seems Samsung only has pricing left to differentiate the Galaxy Tab 10.1. [via SlashGear]

Samsung may unveil 8.9″ Galaxy Tab later in March

Samsung may be unveiling their new 8.9" Galaxy Tab at a press event on March 22, in Orlando, Florida. The news comes from an image on Samsung's facebook page with a cryptic reference to the numbers "78910", which many believe points to an 8.9" tablet since the original Galaxy Tab is 7" and Samsung unveiled a 10.1" tablet at CES. So an 8.9 inch tablet would fit right in the middle and make for a good mid-range size. But is there really a need for something in between the two existing sizes?

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Hands-On [Vodafone]

Have a look with us much closer to this bigger and significantly modified version of the original Galaxy Tab, indeed a brand new monster wholly on the outside and the in. We did get the chance last week to take a peek at this device at Mobile World Congress 2011, but as our good pal Chris Davies had the opportunity, it didn't make a moment of sense not to turn another peek at the device out in the wild. This is the Vodafone-branded version of the tablet and it does not fail to impress.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Hands-on [Video]

Looking at the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, it's easy to notice more than just the larger screen. This follow-up to the original Galaxy Tab concept is more powerful thanks to the NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor working in concert with Android 3.0 to do all the heavy lifting. And although it is designed to go head to head with the iPad, it's actually lighter than it's Cupertino cousin.

Tegra 2 based Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 official

Samsung has officially unveiled its second Android tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, and as we suggested it's running NVIDIA's dual-core 1GHz Tegra 2 chipset rather than one of Samsung's own processors. The Galaxy Tab 10.1, as the name suggests, has a 10.1-inch 1280 x 768 touchscreen, just like the Motorola XOOM, along with an 8-megapixel autofocus camera capable of Full HD video recording. OS is Android 3.0 Honeycomb, and since the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a "Google Experience" slate it uses the native Honeycomb UI, rather than Samsung's own custom TouchWiz interface. That should mean faster OS updates in future, too. Samsung isn't saying exactly when the Galaxy Tab 10.1 will launch, nor pricing, but we've heard separately that the company hopes to beat Motorola and the XOOM to European availability; we've also heard whispers that Vodafone - in the UK at least - may have the slate exclusively in April 2011. Enjoy our hands-on and video! Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 hands-on! [vms ae62f4140325d09b9afd] [gallery] Press Release:
NVIDIA and Samsung Partner to Deliver the Galaxy Tab 10.1 Honeycomb Tablet GALAXY Tab’s Successor Powered by Tegra 2, Featuring a Dual-Core CPU plus an NVIDIA GeForce GPU That Enable Full Use of Android 3.0 Barcelona — MWC 2011 — Feb. 13, 2011—NVIDIA and Samsung Electronics announced today the Galaxy Tab 10.1, a 10.1-inch screen tablet which uses the NVIDIA® TegraTM 2 mobile super chip to take full advantage of the Android 3.0 (also known as Honeycomb) user interface. While the previous 7-inch GALAXY Tab introduced the Android tablet space, the new Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet maximizes the entertainment on-the-go experience. It features the Tegra 2 chip’s dual-core CPU and GeForce GPU for faster Web browsing, snappier response time and overall better performance. Galaxy Tab 10.1 utilizes the Tegra 2 chip to power Honeycomb, the first GPU- accelerated user interface designed for tablets and other larger-screen devices. The new Samsung tablet with Tegra 2 enables consumers to engage in multitasking, surf the web quickly with fast-loading Web pages and Flash-based content, enjoy console- quality gaming and savor HD movies. “Our first GALAXY Tab successfully defined a new generation of Android tablets,” said Hyungmoon Noh, VP of R&D Strategy Group, at Samsung. “We’ve worked closely with NVIDIA to raise the stakes again. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, with Honeycomb and Tegra 2, provide the optimal entertainment and multimedia experience without compromising mobility Samsung is known for.” “Samsung’s latest tablet with the Tegra 2 mobile super chip and Honeycomb is a great example of what we’ve come to expect from one of the world’s most innovative companies,” said Michael Rayfield, General Manager of the Mobile business at NVIDIA. The companies are also partnering to bring a new Android-based super phone with a dual-core CPU to consumers, for never-before-seen experiences.

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1″ and Galaxy S II official photos leak

The Samsung MWC 2011 leaks just keep coming, and after yesterday's spec-spill of the Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab 10.1", now we have some official imagery too. Samsung Hub and MovePlayer have dug up various renders and live shots of the smartphone and tablet. As we learned yesterday, the Galaxy S II has a 4.3-inch WVGA Super AMOLED display, dual-core 1GHz processor and 8-megapixel camera. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Tab 10.1" has a 1280 x 768 display, 1GHz dual-core CPU and the same 8-megapixel camera. Both can apparently shoot Full HD video. We'll know more - and have hands-on - after Samsung's MWC 2011 event later today. [gallery] [via SlashGear]
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