Samsung is said to be working on a high end Galaxy tablet. The company, according to a import/export site is developing a 10 inch Galaxy Tab 5 tablet.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 and 8.0 inch devices were launched separately, with one device announced in April and the other on the 3rd of June, with not that much of a fanfare. In less than two months, it has been teased as “coming to India” on Samsung’s Facebook page and is also being displayed as “coming soon” in the Samsung India eStore for the both the models. The Galaxy Tab 3 devices are an evolution of the Galaxy Tab 2 tablet and are all equipped with voice calling capabilities, much like the original Galaxy Tab. Boasting 7 and 8 inch screens respectively, they are much of the earlier Samsung device like the Tab 2 310 and the Note 8.0. It is also likely that Samsung will be launching both the devices tomorrow, as we have just received an invite for a press conference tomorrow.
Samsung has started rolling out the new value pack for the Samsung Galaxy Tab in Korea as they announced last month in the ICS update news. This upgrade would bring Ice Cream Sandwich-like features such as Face Unlock with Face Recognition for with blinking for added security and more new features. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Tab getting Value Pack update in Korea”
Samsung Galaxy Tab 680 (P6800) 7.7 with Super Amoled HD Plus display is no doubt but one of the best Android tablets available out there. It recently launched in India but only with online retailers like Flipkart, LetsBuy for more than 33k. Now Flipkart has reduced the price of the tab to 28,500 and also offers Samsung Book Cover worth Rs. 3,099. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Tab 680 (Tab 7.7) price drops to Rs. 28500”
Samsung might announce a new Galaxy Tab with 2 GHz Exynos 5250 processor and a display with WXQGA (2560×1600 pixels ) resolution display at Mobile World Congress (MWC) according to androidandme. It would obviously run on the latest Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich). Continue reading “Samsung might announce Galaxy Tab with 2 GHz processor, high-res display at MWC 2012”
Bearing in mind as how Samsung just proclaimed its preliminary round of ICS updates, it veritably should not come as a revelation that neither the Galaxy S nor the Galaxy Tab made the ICS cut, adding to the extensive record of Android devices that will not legitimately be modernized to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
AT&T has announced their second LTE tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 for their customers. They would also launch the 4G LTE (Long Term Evolution) in 6 new markets (Charlotte, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Oklahoma City, and San Juan, Puerto Rico) on November 20. The tablet is 8.6 mm thick and weighs 450g. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 LTE coming to AT&T on November 20 for $479.99”
Samsung has announced their new Galaxy Tab 7.7 with 7.7 inch Super AMOLED Plus Display that is vivid and offers wider range of colors with greater separation between light and dark colors. This Galaxy Tab 7.7 runs on Android Honeycomb version 3.2 and features 1.4GHz Dual Core processor. It is just 7.89mm thin and weighs only 335 grams. Continue reading “Samsung announces Galaxy Tab 7.7 with Super AMOLED Plus Display”
J.K. Shin, president of Samsung’s mobile division, said in an interview that, Samsung has plans to launch 4G enabled Galaxy tabs this year. He also said that they may launch third version of its Galaxy S within Q2 of 2012. Continue reading “Samsung plans to launch 4G enabled Galaxy tabs this year”
Samsung Galaxy Tab is around from almost a year now and it’s known as one of the best selling Android tablets. Galaxy Tab gave Apple iPad a very hard time, and now the successors of the tablet are also coming out in few months. Some Galaxy Tab users are little jealous of the new HTC Flyer, which is HTC’s first ever Android tablet. Continue reading “Get stylus for your Galaxy Tab from Samsung”
HTC Flyer was announced by HTC at the MWC which is their first ever Android powered tablet and is currently running on Android 2.3.3, which is a big drawback. As Honeycomb tablets are available in the market, people are choosing them over Froyo powered tablets i.e. Samsung Galaxy Tab, HTC Flyer etc. Continue reading “HTC: Flyer will receive Honeycomb shortly after launch”
I am sure that you have seen our little review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Samsung Galaxy Tab is for sure one of the best Android tablets available in the market. We recently told you that Samsung had sold more than 1 million units of the Samsung Galaxy Tab, and now according to a Korean news site, Samsung has sold more than 2 million units of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Continue reading “More than 2 million Samsung Galaxy Tab units sold”
CES 2011 is just few days away, and a lot of companies are going to announce some new devices at CES 2011. Motorola is going to announce the next generation Android tablet at CES, which will run Android 2.4 a.k.a Honeycomb, and the device will also feature NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor. A few days ago, we heard that Samsung has placed a big order to Nvidia for their Tegra 2, and it indicates that Samsung is planning to launch a bunch of devices with Tegra 2 processor next year. Continue reading “Samsung to reveal new devices at CES 2011, Galaxy S2 set to debut at MWC 2011 ?”
iPad is for sure one of the best tablets of all times, and it has seen record sales. A lot of companies are working on tablets, and their main reason is to compete with iPad, but most of them failed. Samsung Galaxy Tab is known as the best tablet after the iPad, and it’s running on Android OS. Continue reading “600,000 Galaxy Tabs sold in one month”
Yesterday, we told you that Sprint will offer the Samsung Galaxy Tab for $399 with a 2-yr contract, and for $599 without contract. Well the price is a little big for a 7-Inch Android powered tablet, but Sprint is not the only one who’s offering the tablet for a huge price tag. A Continue reading “T-Mobile USA also offering Samsung Galaxy Tab for $399 on contract”