Samsung releases Galaxy Tab 10.1 for sale in Singapore
Samsung's woes with the current injunctions Apple has won against its new Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany may have just started, but the good news is that local fans of the Korean electronics giant's mobile computing devices will not have to worry about a potential ban over here. This is because the company has just confirmed that its highly anticipated Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet computing device has just been launched for sale in Singapore.
So Samsung's new Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet computing device has just been officially shown the door in Germany. Now, that is definitely not going to be good for German fans of the Korean electronics giant's mobile computing products, but the good news is that local fans will not have to fret about the possibility of a ban over in Singapore. This is because Samsung has just announced that it has officially released the Tab 10.1 for retail in Singapore, where it will be sold at the price of S$848 (GST included) without a contract from a carrier.
For those who are wondering about the Galaxy Tab 10.1's specifications, the tablet runs off version 3.1 of the Android operating system (aka Honeycomb) and is touted to measure a mere 8.6mm in thickness, thus making it the world;s thinnest tablet. On the hardware side, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be powered by a 1GHz “dual-core application processor”, while the built-in 3G modem is reportedly capable of achieving network speeds of up to 21Mbps.
Last but definitely not least, Samsung has also claimed that the new Galaxy Tab 10.1 will boast “surround sound stereo speakers”, dual-facing cameras and support for 1080p video playback, thus allowing for users to enjoy a “rich entertainment experience”.
Full specifications of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet are as follow: