Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (and it's smaller brother the 8.9) we've wondered when we'd be able to get our hands on this fantastic tablet with its most excellent version of Samsung's TouchWiz interface yet, this one made specifically for tablets. The release of the 10.1 tablet is here, the device available separately as a Wi-Fi only unit or as a 4G LTE version at Verizon, but thus far we've only been using a near-stock version of Android 3.1 Honeycomb. What Samsung's got prepared for this Friday is an optional upgrade to Samsung's TouchWiz UX, the same (or very similar) to what we saw back at our first glance at CTIA 2011.
Tagged: TouchWiz 4.0
taking TouchWiz 4 and they've ported it to the Samsung Galaxy S. Now before you think, "oh cool, I've been wanting to do the whole rooting ROM thing," give it a second thought. The average user just cutting their teeth on custom ROMs may want to stay clear or at least wait on this one, it's not for the faint of heart.
he's reviewing the Samsung Galaxy S II and he says it screams with performance. And you'd expect it since the original Galaxy S was one of the most successful phones in the market last year. With a lot to live up to, Samsung has pointed to the center field fence and hit another out the park. Let's take a closer look ...
[as presented by] our main homie Philip Berne. The Samsung Galaxy S II handset is an impressive device - one that I mistakenly call the thinnest device in Samsung's line of phones.*