Samsung Gives 5,500 Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 To Developers
During the recently held Google I/O Developer conference Samsung announced that it will be giving attendees of the conference a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 device. That’s a total of 5,500 units to be given out to developers. The special edition model will come engraved with the Android logo and will be used to test out apps specifically tailored for the Honeycomb platform.
Samsung plans to release the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 this coming June 8. The latest tablet from Samsung is much larger than their initial 7 inch model. It will also be more powerful since I will be using a 1 GHz dual core Tegra 2 processor and will use the Android Honeycomb OS.
The boost in screen real estate also increases its resolution to 1280×800 pixels making web pages look very nice. There are two cameras included as well, a front facing 2 megapixel camera for video calls and a rear facing 8 megapixel camera for 1080p video recording. Although this device still does not support 4G yet it does have 3G connectivity as well as Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n.
Those who are planning to buy a tablet yet want an iPad alternative will definitely have to consider getting the Samsung Galaxy 10.1.