Samsung’s Android galore.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 inches version is finally getting an Android Gingerbread operating system version. Apparently, the update was first rolled out in Italy, and might hit other territories within this quarter via Samsung’s PC-only Kies software. We already tested the Gingerbread Galaxy Tab 7, and unsurprisingly, it’s fast.
From browser to applications multitasking, the new Galaxy Tab Gingerbread version 2.3.3 also supports new music app that looks like iTunes. Speaking of browser, the Gingerbread OS version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7-inch version also supports faster pinch-to-zoom and website scrolling, I also experienced the “bounce” feel and less-checkerboarding while accessing our favorite websites.
Samsung also included new apps and features like a “doodle” application for quick noting or sketching, and a new browser feature, so you can compose messages while browsing the internet. You can see the feature in the screenshot we attached in this post.
And while we’re still waiting for the release date of the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, NetBook News is reporting that interested early adopters can now pre-order the new Samsung tablet through J&R. And here’s the real issue, the specs list of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 WiFi edition doesn’t include SD card slot, which means, there’s a huge possibility that the WiFi-only biggie Galaxy Tab will not support additional file storage.
Note: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is an Android Honeycomb tablet, while the 7 incher Samsung Tab is using a tweaked Android version for smartphones.
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