Samsung Galaxy Tablet Updates To Android 2.3 and 3.0 As Planned

By SpiderGuest

30 November 2010

Well it has been confirmed at the dinky little 7-inch Android tablet, which it is safe to say probably one of the finest examples of a tablet out there with Android incorporated, news in is that it’s just going to get even better with – software updates.Currently running Android 2.2 (Froyo), the Galaxy Tablet has the foundations to be a very good tablet but with small tweaks here and there with the software updates coming soon, it could possibly just give the tablet more of a reason to buy one.

With the updates coming to the Android based tablet of Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) and Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) in the pipe-line, the Galaxy tablet has great potential and a great future holding its place in the marketplace thanks to the available updates to these new firmware’s.

As mentioned previous, the Galaxy Tablet comes with 2.2 (Froyo) which packs compatibility with Flash Player 10.1 so you get the full user experience with web browsing on your 7-inch display with an ultra-sharp 1024X600 resolution.

As well as the sharp resolution, the Galaxy Tablet has a 1GHz Hummingbird processor and a fast graphics accelerator by ‘PowerVR SGX 540’ to ensure that the Galaxy Tab is always going to operate as smoothly as possible at the most demanding times – if you want to try it for yourself how well it can cope, use Nova HD which the Galaxy’s version of Halo.The Galaxy Tab includes GPS, Wi-Fi, XviD and DivX codecs for movies, 3G compatibility, the ability to call and text, 3MP rear-camera and a 1.3MP front-facing camera.

In comparison to the other tablets out there, the only real competition Samsung have is the iPad and I would say my preference is going to be the Galaxy Tablet hands down (you can’t really count the knock off Chinese E-Pad’s.

-Source Daily Fresh News

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