SAMSUNG GALAXY TAB 10.1N
|Operating System||Android 3.0 (Honeycomb)|
|Dimension (in)||10.1 x .34 x 6.9|
|Resolution (px)||1280 x 800|
Bluetooth, Camera, GPS, Headphones, Micro SD, USB, WiFi
|Battery Life||9 hrs|
The wait is over for those wishing to get their hands on a new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Germany and the European Union. After a six-month court battle between Apple and Samsung regarding copyright infringement, the latter company slightly modified its design of the Galaxy Tab 10.1. The slight changes Samsung applied were ruled enough to distinguish the tablet from the Apple iPad 2 and thus the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1N was released in Germany in early 2012.
Those who have come to love Samsung tablets will note that the changes are mostly cosmetic. The 10.1N is essentially the same design as the standard model, except for the thin metal frame now surrounding the edges of the bezel and repositioned speakers.
That’s right, just about everything else remains the same in the Galaxy Tab 10.1N. The operating system is Android 3.1 Honeycomb and up to 32 GB in internal memory capacity may be found. Powered by a 1 GHz Dual Core Nvidia Tegra microprocessor, the 10.1N features Bluetooth 3.0 and HPSA+ support.
And then there’s the appearance, that which Apple was so concerned about. The very good news here is that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1N keeps the fantastic sharp-looking screen that makes their other models so notable. If anything, the silver border improves the no-nonsense look and the plastic shell still provides great grippability for the user. Those repositioned 3MP and 2MP cameras may even be an improvement as well. Both have been installed at dead center, at the top of the 10.1N frame when used in landscape mode: Actually a boon for those wanting to take pictures in that format.
Was the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1N worth the wait? Certainly. Surely thousands of German and European users are already pleased with this excellent addition on the tablet PC market and are now looking to buy Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1N cases.