We heard about the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus last week, but now Samsung has decided to make an official announcement. The specs are inbetween the original Galaxy Tab 7 and the Galaxy Tab 7.7 announced at IFA. It is powered by a 1.2 GHz dual-core cpu coupled with 1 GB of RAM. There will be…
The forever adored Galaxy Tab 7 has the internet whispering about what the sequel will bring. The latest rumors are suggesting that the Galaxy Tab 7 2nd Gen will be even better than previously predicted. Instead of the plain old 1024 x 600 we are used to with the original Galaxy Tab, it gets updated to 1280 x 800 (the same as the rest of the second gen Tabs).
The Honeycomb 3.2 update is starting to pop up on US Wi-Fi Xooms and it does not seem to be very feature packed. Of course the update finally allows microSD card compatibility for the Xooms, but what does it bring to the table for the rest of us? Not much. The only thing that I have been able to find is the zoom to fill option for non-tablet apps.
Why do I say not to worry about it? The answer is simple. Galaxy Tab 10.1 owners probably will not see the update for several months, but you need not worry because the update is hardly worth a full .1 version number. I honestly hope the Samsung does not bother with Honeycomb 3.2 and focuses solely on getting Ice Cream Sandwich out as soon as they can. I know it is wishful thinking, but we could see an Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0) update by Christmas.
What do you think? Are you bummed we will not be seeing 3.2 for some time? Do you think that we actually will? Do not care? Let us know in the comments or on the forums.