Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Available on June 8th

by: Darcy LaCouveeMay 10, 2011
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Many of us have been following the latest Android Honeycomb Tablet news for a few months now, and there’s no doubt that Samsung seems to have hit it out of the park with the most desirable, most powerful, and most thin Android Smartphone, the Galaxy S II.

Can the same be said for their tablet aspirations? They quickly rose to the top of the pageview charts after making a few quick revisions to their 8.9inch and 10.1 inch tablet offerings, upon witnessing the iPad 2 for the first time, whereby they created (what were alleged to be) the world’s thinnest tablets.

Still, it’s great to know that in just a few short weeks, you will be able to pick either one of these beautifully designed tablets up. We had a good chance to look at the earlier revision, and were quite impressed with the build quality and form factor. To think that Samsung has improved on already excellent tablets is hard to imagine – but it’s true!

The tablets both run on Android 3.0 Honeycomb, and will be the first to support Samsung’s new TouchWiz UI for tablets. This feature includes a live panel that can be customized with different content, such as bookmarks, social feeds, and a lot of other cool stuff.  There’s also an application tray that gives access to the most commonly used apps which is always handy.

The savvy pack of Android fanatics over at IntoMobile are speculating that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 could potentially be selling for as low as $399.99 before taxes. If this turns out to be true, then we are in for a true war on tablet pricing.

We will keep you updated with every single piece of significant news so you know where to grab them as soon as they are available.

Also, check out a few of the latest and greatest Honeycomb apps in these two articles below.

The Freshest Apps for your New Honeycomb Tablet
The Best Games & Apps for your Android Honeycomb Tablet

Best Android Honeycomb 3.0 tablet yet? Vote with your dollars, friend.

  • JD

    Didn’t Samsung already say that the price was going to be $499 for the 10.1?