Samsung is partnering with the Summer 2012 Olympics to bring a special design to the Galaxy Note. The design is only on the removable back cover, but it looks pretty good. If you want to buy this Galaxy Note with unique back cover design, then you will have to buy it from O2.
The Galaxy Tab 10.1 already had some support for CyanogenMod 9 (Wi-Fi and T-Mobile), but today three more variants are being supported. Those three are Verizon’s Galaxy Tab 10.1, the unlocked Galaxy Tab 10.1, and surprisingly the Galaxy Tab 10.1v. I do not think that these nightly releases are directly flashable, but I will probably post a tutorial on how to get them onto your Galaxy Tab 10.1(v).
Engadget just posted its tablet buyer’s guide for spring and the Galaxy Tab line was listed three times. Only two Galaxy Tabs are on the list though – Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and the Galaxy Tab 7.7. The Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is listed on the the budget category and the Galaxy Tab 7.7 is listed under both the 7 inch category and the 3G/4G category.