The newly revised, Samsung Galaxy Tab. Has just been released in a 10.1 inch size. You can pre-order it at many stores including Best Buy for June 17th delivery date. If you live near New York City you can pick your Galaxy Tab starting today at the Union Square Best Buy store. The dual-core powered, Android 3.1 Wi-Fi tablet comes in two colors: white and metallic gray. The device contains a 10.1-inch screen boasts 1280×800 pixels, and the tablet also has a 3-megapixel back camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera for video chats. This tablet is the thinnest and lightest tablet on the market for a price of $599 for a 32 GB version, and the 16 GB version costs $499.
Our friends over at Verizon Wireless have lent us the Motorola Xoom to take a look at. Here is our full review.
Motorola has released a video that goes through the evolution of the tablet till now. They call the iPad an oversized iPhone and the Galaxy Tab, Android for a phone. The camera then pans towards a red Motorola logo displaying an item under a sheet. The end of the video again shows the new logo with a bee buzzing around it. The bee hints and the new Android 3.0 OS called Honeycomb and this new tablet will be revealed at CES. We will be there at CES to bring you shots of the new tablet as soon as we see it.
Reports are surfacing like what you saw already on this site about Android 3.0 already in development. There are some pretty hefty requirements for it, too. These requirements are going to be doing some major damage to the current offering of Android devices. Android 3.0 will feature some pretty high requirements. It will require a 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, and at least a 3.5-inch display. I've put together a list below showing all current Android devices, and the devices in bold are phones that would meet these requirements and could be upgraded to 3.0 eventually. Read More...