Galaxy Tab 10.1

Galaxy Tab 10.1

Brief history

The Galaxy Tab 10.1 was announced March 22nd 2011 at CTIA. Samsung felt that their previously announced Galaxy Tab 10.1 (now called Galaxy Tab 10.1v) was outmatched by the thinness of the iPad 2. They quickly redesigned the Galaxy Tab 10.1 compete better. The tablet was released in New York City on June 8th and in the rest of the United States June 17th.


Screen Size 10.1 inches
Screen Technology TFT LCD
Resolution 1280 x 800 WXGA
Rear Camera 3 MP with Auto Focus and LED Flash
Front Camera 2 MP
Processor 1GHz Dual Core
Battery 7,000 mAh
Weight 595 grams (1.3 pounds)
Memory 16/32GB w/microSD support
Ram 1 GB
Operating System Android 3.0 w/TouchWiz UX

Where to buy

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“The 16GB WiFi model will hit for $499 — exactly in line with the iPad — while the 32GB variant will demand $100 more (we’re still awaiting word on 3G prices). If you’re sold on Android, and you aren’t too concerned with having an LTE radio in your tablet, there’s really no need to look elsewhere.”
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“Whether you go Wi-Fi only or opt for a connected version, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is the first Android tablet that makes a credible, and successful, run at competing with Apple’s iPad 2. It matches iPad in most every way-design, price, and even that intangible IT factor. Where it falls short lies is in sacrificing ports, but that alone isn’t a dealbreaker; heck, Apple’s been doing that from the outset.”
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“As thin as the iPad 2 and even lighter, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is the sexiest Honeycomb tablet we’ve seen. Also, it has an 8-megapixel back camera and a 2-megapixel front camera, and powerful dual speakers.”
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  • Jocelyne

    I locked it and now I can’t remember the password…what do I do?