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Late last week Samsung’s latest tablet, the Galaxy Tab II, made an appearance on the FCC. All we see of the Galaxy Tab II is the label pic, above, while FCC test reports don’t provide any new info. No word on pricing or availability at this point, but this FCC filing does suggest that we’ll be seeing the Galaxy Tab II soon.
We've just noticed that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1-inch tablet which was announced at the Mobile World Congress last month, has gone on preorder at Clove Technology for £600 excluding delivery. The tablet has the same specification as the Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone which was released at the same time except for a 10.1-inch screen, a much higher 1280x800 pixels resolution and Android 3.0 rather than Gingerbread.
There's a dual core processor, possibly the Exynos 4210, that powers the Galaxy S II, 1GB RAM, 16GB hard disk drive, an 8-megapixel rear facing camera and a 2-megapixel front facing one. It can only record in HD though (unlike the Galaxy S II) while allowing for full HD playback.
It looks like Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 entertainment tablet is getting ready prime time as it has been spotted in some FCC docs recently. The Galaxy Tab 10.1, the successor to the original GALAXY Tab Android tablet, offers a larger 10.1-inch screen, a dual-core 1GHz processor, and runs Android 3.0 Honeycomb, which was designed specifically for use in tablets. No word yet on pricing or availability but the tablet does show support for 3G connectivity on the 850/1900MHz frequencies. For more, see our hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Android tablet.
By. Android Phone Tips