Thicker sized Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1v is going on sale in Portugal tomorrow for €590
Well, Portugal is going to be the first in the world nevertheless to start selling the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1v – the original one without the thinner profile. In fact, Vodafone Portugal is in fact going to start selling this Honeycomb filled tablet starting tomorrow for its no-contract price of €589.90 ($860). Despite keeping with its original design, there’s still a decent amount of things to like about this one – such as its dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 8-megapixel camera, 1080p video recording, Wi-Fi-, Bluetooth 2.1, and 16GB of internal memory
Although this version is exclusive to Vodafone only, it’s still unknown whether or not the newer redesigned one will eventually be sold by them as well. Still, we can only cross our fingers at this point.
source: Vodafone Portugal via Engadget & Samsung Hub
1. eren (unregistered)
love it :) its soo comfortable to hold...that new one is just way to thick although i really like design of back cover of the new one...damn i dont know what to buy now
2. cheetah2k (Posts: 1320; Member since: 16 Jan 2011)
FYI, Vodafone in Australia are selling the same unit.
Must be Samsung's way of getting rid of stock to make way for the thinner model.
I would rather wait and get the thinner one (hopefully its got the Exynos on board)
5. Samgrice (Posts: 2; Member since: 31 May 2011)
The Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1v and Acer Iconia all run the same
software, so the end user experience is almost identical. Key features of
Android 3.0 'Honeycomb' include an 'action bar', a contextual option group
displayed at the top of the screen, five customisable home screens with a big
emphasis on widgets, a recent apps list for easier multitasking, a redesigned
on-screen keyboard, a new browser and improved copy and paste. If all that isn't
enough of a tongue twister, Android 3.0 Honeycomb also offers support for tabbed
Web browsing, and 3D graphics. Overall, the Android software for tablets is a
huge improvement over earlier versions; tablets running earlier versions felt
more like overblown smartphones.
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