Remember the Galaxy Tab site that Samsung launched on September 2nd during the official Galaxy Tab unveiling? At the time, the video section of the site only included the official commercial and a very brief teaser. Now however, Samsung has posted another addition – a video walkthrough of the Tabs main features, one you would potentially use on a daily basis.
The video has been uploaded to YouTube for more comfortable consumption and was vertical due to the Tab’s natural aspect ratio, it may look kind of weird in the YouTube player – just maximize it, max out the quality (480p) and you More >
The recently announced and unreleased Samsung Galaxy Tab has already been official given the root treatment. Blog sera-apps.de is reporting that they have seen, used, and possess a rooted Galaxy Tab. The site does caution, “I don’t know if the final Galaxy Tab can be rooted the same way like the one I have here. This is a work in progress prototype – thinks [sic] can differ a lot.” Either way, it is a pretty encouraging sign for Android enthusiasts who are excited about getting, tinkering, and hacking their Galaxy Tab.
It seems like Sprint is really turning itself around recently as they have managed to stop bleeding customers in the past few months and are continuing to expand lineup to continue the trend too. BoyGeniusReport heard word that the Galaxy Tab will be headed to Sprint sometime in November.
They didn’t provide any other details so hopefully this ends up reliable. It does seem like a feasible move from Samsung’s end. Word on the street is that Verizon is set to get a few tablets from Motorola, while we haven’t heard about Sprint getting any tablets until now.
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The folks over at Android Central have managed to grab some excellent footage with games and apps on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab. Amongst the popular software that they had a chance to play with were games like Need For Speed Shift and N.O.V.A. They described how the tablet handles serious games with a short answer: The answer: with aplomb. One of the questions during the Q&A session that was asked included: What’s Samsung doing to help developers make sure their apps are both compatible and optimized for the Galaxy Tab hardware. The answer: firstly that the vast majority of apps in the More >
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