Galaxy Tab 10.1 to ship with the latest Android 3.1 Honeycomb

Samsung appears to have a surprise for those who are eagerly waiting for the upcoming slate. Galaxy Tab 10.1 will come out with the latest version of Android Honeycomb 3.1.

This way, consumers will be able to experience the latest performance delivered by the Samsung tablet and the Android OS. Android 3.1 offers different tweaks and fixes to the browser, Gmail and other. Even NVIDIA’s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang who didn’t like the previous Honeycomb 3.0 said that he is pleased with Android 3.1, calling it “delightful”.

Those interested will have to wait a few days more, until June 8 in U.S in order to get and purchase the tablet. The 16GB version is expected to cost $499, while the 32GB will cost $599. Keep counting!

  • ronnieho

    I want 8.9 with everthing prepared for 10.1! Because 8.9 would be an ideal size for portability. I know well becoz i am having 7.0 Tab now

  • Tim

    why dont we … the GTab 7″ users … get honeycomb? It seems to be ready … or am i missing something here?

  • Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1, but the latter is much thinner and lighter than the Thrive. 

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