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Another variant of the Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 for T-Mobile was approved by FCC.
The FCC approved yet another Galaxy Tab 10.1 variant, which is equipped to run on T-Mobiles’s network. The said tablet, which was filed under the model number SGH-T859, seems to match the external dimensions of the Wi-Fi and LTE Galaxy Tab 10.1 variant. The variant goes along with a GSM radio that supports T-Mobile’s 1700MHz network. It also has 850/1900MHz GSM, EDGE, WCDMA and HSPA networks.
Samsung followed the arrival of Wi-Fi edition in the market in June by equipping its iPad competitor with 3G and 4G radios for a number of cellular networks. Previous announcements confirm plans to provide the tablet through NTT DoCoMo in Japan, along with Rogers and Telus in Canada.
T-Mobile has yet to formally announce its launch plans for the Galaxy Tab 10.1.View Article Source »
Another injunction from Düsseldorf regional court has urged Samsung to abandon its Galaxy Tab 7.7 promotion at the IFA trade show.
Samsung has once again faced a new injunction case coming from the Düsseldorf Court, which forced them to pull out its Android-based 7.7-inch tablet computers during the trade show in Berlin last Friday.
At first, it is not clear whether the company pulled the devices for personal reasons or in response to the new injunction. But eventually, Samsung’s spokesperson appeared to confirm that their action was due to the court-ordered ban. “Samsung respects the court’s decision,” Chung noted in a statement, saying that the company believes the ruling “severely limits consumer choice in Germany.”Read the rest of the article »
Apple succeeded again in obtaining another delay for the launch of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia.
Apple managed to get another Australian delay for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 on Sunday. Samsung was scheduled to ship the Android tablet to the said country on September 12 after the first delay, but they agreed to move it back to September 30 — almost a month after the original release date.
The company dropped its objections after Federal Court Judge Annabelle Bennett said it would only make sense to wait until a hearing, due in the last week of September, that would determine whether a preliminary injunction would be upheld. The original agreement not to sell Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia was based on the US version of the said tablet, but with a view to the Australian version being different. However, it’s now likely that the Australian Galaxy 10.1 is shipping with the custom TouchWiz interface preloaded.Read the rest of the article »
Features of iPad's two rivals - Motorola Xoom and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - compared.
It’s time once again for a tablet showdown; and this very moment, the spotlight is switched to iPad’s two biggest competitors: The Xoom from Motorola and the ever-popular Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Which among them will stand out in terms of designs, operating systems, and imaging?
Find out on the brief comparisons after the break.Read the rest of the article »
Features of the market's leading tablets - Apple iPad 2 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 - compared.
With so many tablets being released to date, challenging the market leader iPad 2 from Apple, a lot of consumers became quite undecided on which one has the real capability of giving them a superb user’s experience. Thus, to lessen your confusions, GADG decided to wrap-up two of the most high-end tablets to date – the iPad 2 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 – and provided a brief comparison of their specifications.
Check them out after the skip.Read the rest of the article »
A leaked memo had revealed that Verizon might face a possibility of slight delay for the 4G LTE version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1, which are scheduled to arrive on July 28.
According to a report, Verizon might face a possibility of slight delay for the 4G LTE version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 — which is set to arrive today. A leaked memo says that the carrier may fail to procure its microSIM LTE cards in time to activate the Galaxy Tab 10.1.
The said memo, which was posted on Droid Life, provides instructions for Verizon employees at locations who do not receive the small LTE cards before launch day. Customers who have contract agreements may be forced to return after 10:00am or receive the LTE SIM and tablet delivered through mail. Meanwhile, pre-paid customers can bring the tablet home and wait for the SIM to arrive at a certain time.Read the rest of the article »
Amazon will be cutting down the cost of their tablet, and it might include the sophistication of their touchscreen.
According to DigiTimes’ sources, the decision of Amazon to cut costs on their tablet might include the refinement of the touchscreen. An off-hand industry suggested that the Android tablet would be utilizing just two-finger multi-touch, and not the 10-finger touch devices like the iPad 2 and others.
Losing the more advanced multi-touch could render the device incompatible with those several Android apps that might require more than two fingers. Apple took advantage of having much more support by enabling three and four finger gestures, as well as support for more third party apps.Read the rest of the article »
Samsung's YouTube video shows off Galaxy Tab 10.1's TouchWiz interface.
Samsung recently uploaded a video that showcases new and known features of the Galaxy Tab 10.1. The video also shows the upcoming TouchWiz interface’s details.
The TouchWiz interface had six Mini Apps that are already uploaded to the tab which include a calendar, task manager, clock, notepad, calculator, and music player. However, even with those details, the release of the Galaxy Tab hasn’t been announced. But the existence of the said video might indicate that it may be launched very soon.
Check out the 12-minute long video on Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 after the jump.Read the rest of the article »
Google I/O 2011 event which takes place on San Francisco last week May 10-11, has been attended by thousands of people and watch via live streaming by the whole world.
Major Google product / software announcements:
- Google announces Android 3.1
- Google TV getting Android 3.1 and Market this summer
- Google Ice Cream Sandwich coming in Q4 2011 to smartphones and tablets alike
- Android Market launches movie rentals, thousands of titles available to your PC, phone or tablet
- Google Music Beta to stream 20,000 songs for free
- Google partners with OEMs and carriers to guarantee timely Android updates
- Google announces Android Open Accessory standard, Arduino-based ADK
- Google announces Android@Home framework for home automation
- Google clarifies 18 month Android upgrade program, details far from solidified
- Google adding Netflix, Hulu support, offline Gmail, Calendar and Docs to Chrome OS this summer, prices hardware at $20 per month
- Google unveils Acer Chromebook: $349, 11.6-inches with 6.5-hour battery
- Official: Samsung reveals Chrome OS laptop — the Series 5
- Google teases Samsung-built Chromebox, desktop version of Chrome OS
If you miss the change to watch the event you can now watch the whole event via Youtube, Watch the video after the break.Read the rest of the article »
New Samsung devices - the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy S II - were unveiled during the MWC 2011 conference in Barcelona, Spain yesterday. Wondering what's ticking insider?
Yesterday at the Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona, Spain, Samsung unveils the next-gen Galaxy S II and their newest Galaxy Tab 10.1. The latest versions of Android OS powers these new devices, and gives a stand against featured gadgets at CES 2011. Though no pricing and release dates were announce, the new devices are likely to hit the streets in just a matter of time.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy S II features are listed after the break.Read the rest of the article »
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