Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Tablet, Galaxy S II Smartphone Debut at MWC

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Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Tablet, Galaxy S II Smartphone Debut at MWC

by Nathan Eddy

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Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Tablet

A 1GHz dual core application processor, low power DDR2 (double data rate 2) memory and 6860mAh battery power the Tab 10.1.

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Galaxy 10.1 Tablet

The tablet offers an alternative to the companys 7-inch screen Galaxy Tab, launched late last year.

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Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Tablet

Samsung has also included HSPA+ 21M bps, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n connectivity to support enhanced mobile download speeds.

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Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Tablet

The device comes with the option of 16GB or 32GB of storage, weighs just 1.3 pounds and is less than half an inch thick.

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Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Tablet

Honeycomb is designed to support larger screen devices and introduces a slew of new user interface features.

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Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Tablet

Updates include new widgets and a redesigned soft keyboard, and support for multicore processors and hardware acceleration for graphics.

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Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Tablet

The Galaxy 10.0 tablet offers dual surround-sound speakers, which enables users to enjoy multimedia without having to compromise mobility.

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Samsung Galaxy S II

Samsung has introduced Live Panel, a service that aggregates live Web and application contents to a single customizable home screen.

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Samsung Galaxy S II

The Customized Voice Translation application makes the Galaxy S II an ideal travel companion, translating voice or text.

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Samsung Galaxy S II

With Samsung Hubs, the Galaxy S II delivers catalogs of books and magazines, music, advanced mobile games and control of the consumers online social life.

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Samsung Galaxy S II

Customers can design the layout of their own Live Panel, online services and mobile apps to appear on-screen.

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