Friday, May 27, 2011

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Tablet Samsung with Android Honeycomb 3.1

through his Facebook page, 'Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1' Android tablets with 10.1-inch screen the latest to be released have been using Honeycomb Android version 3.1 will now release in the United States.

Information product pages on the site in the U.S. also has been updated to reflect this. However, these tablets will not be marketed with the standard version of OS Honeycomb but the version that already modified made by Samsung by adding TouchWiz and L! vepanel.

'Galaxy Tab 10.1'will be a version, revised more slim than the version that had been exhibited Samsung at the end of March 2011 and which is a direct response to the launch of the Apple iPad 2. The first version of the 'Tab Galaxy 01/10' which was shown at the Mobile World Congress in February 2011 and is thinner than the original IPAD with a thickness of 10.9mm.
This MkII version that will be marketed to the U.S. is now slightly thinner than the iPad 2 with a thickness of only 8.6mm. Users who have purchased 'Galaxy Tab Limited Edition 10.1', which is the first generation devices, will get an update to the Android 3.1 in the coming weeks.

Samsung's version of 'Galaxy Tab 10.1' This latest will be stuffed with NVIDIA Tegra processors 2 dual-core processor clocked at 1GHz speeds. The tablet is also retain some advantages of hardware than the iPad 2, namely 8-megapixel back camera and a 2-megapixel camera facing forward. 3G connection is also faster, being able to support HSPA + with 21Mbps download speeds.

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