This is something we all ask ourselves time to time when a new device comes out in the market.
Of course, we all want the top-of-the-line product. So we have a right to ask ourselves that!
The Galaxy Tab 10.1 is a very lightweight tablet (lighter than the iPad 2) and a larger tablet as well, coming around at .33” in Thinness (Compared to the iPad 2,which is .34”), and has a 10.1” screen, Hence the name, with a 1280×800 LCD Resolution.. It weighs in at 565g, (26 grams LESS than the iPad 2). This tablet measures 256.7x 175.3 8.6 mm in size. It’s very sleek looking with a choice of a white back or a metallic gray on the back. It offers the same 3.5mm Headphone jack as most other devices.
The sequel to the Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, has a release date now for the United States – November 13th. It will only come in the 16 GB variety at first for $399. It is sad that it is no Galaxy Tab 7.7, but the main difference between the two devices is that the 7.0 Plus has a 1024 x 600 resolution and the 7.7 has a 1280 x 800 resolution on Super AMOLED Plus.
How to add a wallpaper for noobs.
- Click the download link above on your Galaxy Tab
- Longpress on the wallpaper image
- Click set as wallpaper
Widgets are and always have been a marquee feature of Android. One of the benefits of having a tablet sized screen is access to widgets that can provide more information than those found on smart phones. If you’re the kind of person who’s on their tablet more than a traditional computer, widgets can help you access information faster.
Recently, I’ve come across two useful and aesthetically pleasing Honeycomb widgets that are sure to help organize your mobile desktop.
Ice Cream Sandwich is going to be revealed with the Nexus Prime on October 19th. The Nexus Prime is rumored to be Samsung built, meaning that the Samsung Mobile team has had plenty of hands on time with the Ice Cream Sandwich code. I am confident that we will see an official update from Samsung with ICS on-board, but it will not be any time soon.
Devices usually get one to two big software updates from manufactures. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 has received one, Touchwiz UX, but it was not an update to Android core so I do not suspect it will count. It was the software that Samsung had hoped to launch with day one. Samsung has yet to release an update to Honeycomb 3.2, from 3.1, but that is because 3.2 mainly brings support for smaller screen sizes.