Saturday, February 12, 2011

Update: Samsung Galaxy Tab II Will Sport 10.1" Screen

UPDATE: Samsung released the specs today at the MWC.  They confirmed 1GHz Tegra 2 dual core processor.  The tablet will be known as Galaxy Tab 10.1 not Galaxy Tab II.  It will sport dual cameras (8MP rear & 2MP front).  All Google apps will be included just like the original Galaxy Tab.  Of course, no word on pricing nor availability although Samsung stated it will be launching in March in Asia & Europe.

Samsung will be announcing that the successor to the Galaxy Tab will sport a 10.1" screen and Honeycomb (Android 3.0).  The resolution will be 1280x800 which actually is the same as Motorola's Xoom tablet.  Unknown is the exact processor.  What is known is that there will be no Samsung skin sitting on top of stock Android 3.0.  From what we have seen and the fact that Honeycomb is designed for tablets, there is no need to put a custom skin on top of Honeycomb.  Hope other manufacturers will follow suit.  Further details will be announced this Sunday at the Mobile World Congress 2011.


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