will be announcing what they are calling "the next Galaxy" on May 3rd in London. This will in fact be the Galaxy S III flagship superphone for the company, but now we are hearing they'll also introduce another tablet -- as if they didn't have enough already. If for some random reason the phone doesn't interest you, maybe the tablet will.
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Businessweek asked Page about which Android tablet he prefers, the executive made an answer that shouldn't surprise anyone: he's a fan of Motorola and Samsung's designs.
original Galaxy Tab, and in that time we've seen no less than four extra models, none of which the company saw fit to grace with a sequel moniker. That changes today with the debut of the Galaxy Tab 2, a refit of the original Samsung Galaxy Tab and its pseudo-upgrade, the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. Most notably, the Galaxy Tab 2.0 will (probably) be the first Samsung tablet to come with Ice Cream Sandwich at launch.
The Next Web reports that Samsung has abandoned even the trifling "Value Pack" you might have gotten in lieu of a real Ice Cream Sandwich update. The Value Pack had been rumored from the South Korean manufacturer after customer outcry at the news that there was no planned upgrade to Android 4.0. Ladies and gentlemen, ready your torches and pitchforks.
from Samsung's site and install it at your leisure. Better late than never, right?
Samsung had prevailed over Apple from the Australian court ruling's temporary ban. So much for that. It turns out court orders have banned the tablet another week from sale, more specifically until December 9th. The case remains open because the High Court of Australia was forced to extend the ban until it heard Apple's special leave application.