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Samsung 8.9-inch Galaxy Tab could launch in March

Samsung 8.9-inch Galaxy Tab could launch in March

Samsung has been talking about a range of Galaxy Tab slates for months - the company confirmed a whole series of different sized tablets was in the works back at IFA 2010 and the launch of the first, 7-inch model - and it looks like 8.9-inches is the next target. According to Yonhap News, an unnamed Samsung spokesperson has confirmed that the 8.9-inch slate is in the works, and will be released via partnerships with carriers.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Official: Tegra 2 and Honeycomb

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Official: Tegra 2 and Honeycomb

Samsung has officially announced the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, the company's 10.1-inch dual-core Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet which we've been expecting for the past few weeks. Unlike the original, 7-inch Galaxy Tab, which used Samsung's own single-core Hummingbird processor, the Korean company has looked to NVIDIA's Tegra 2 1GHz dual-core chip for this larger model.

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Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab 10.1″ officially pictured

Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy Tab 10.1″ officially pictured

Samsung hasn't really managed to keep a lid on either the Samsung Galaxy S II dual-core smartphone (aka the Galaxy S 2) or the new Galaxy Tab 10.1", and now the company has pushed out official photos of the handsets. Samsung Hub and MovePlayer gathered together the shots, which show the Galaxy S II's 4.3-inch Super AMOLED WVGA display and the Galaxy Tab 10.1"s 1280 x 800 panel and 8-megapixel rear camera.

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Samsung Galaxy S 2 sighted & detailed; Galaxy Tab 2 to be 200g lighter than iPad

Samsung Galaxy S 2 sighted & detailed; Galaxy Tab 2 to be 200g lighter than iPad

Details of Samsung's various MWC 2011 wares have leaked, ahead of the company's big reveal tomorrow evening in Barcelona. First spotted in a low-res press shot, the Samsung Galaxy S 2 (aka Samsung Galaxy S II) was caught at Paran along with some specs, before a higher-res version of the image was dug up. Meanwhile, partial specs for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 have emerged, and we've thrown in some info of our own on the slate after the cut.

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Galaxy Tab 2 To Premier at MWC?

Galaxy Tab 2 To Premier at MWC?

Samsung might unveil the second generation of the Galaxy Tab at the upcoming Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Pocket-lint says they have exclusive information about the new tablet and that it will be running on a tablet-specific version of Android 3.0 Honeycomb.

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Samsung: Galaxy Tab return rate is under 2%

Samsung: Galaxy Tab return rate is under 2%

The Galaxy Tab saga continues, with Samsung's latest umbrage being over analyst reports that return rates for the 7-inch slate were as high as 16-percent in the US. Not true, Samsung reckons; in fact, the return rate on Galaxy Tab units is below 2-percent.

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The Daily Slash: February 1 2011

The Daily Slash: February 1 2011

Samsung Galaxy S2 gets early reveal - or is it just a Video Dummy? Android Honeycomb lead designer Matias Duarte assures us that that Android 3.0 is for much more than tablets. Google is offering speak2tweet to Egyptians to kep them online while their Middle East and North Africa executive goes missing in the heart of the country. Chris Davies jams out a column by the name of Honeycomb, Galaxy Tab & the 7-inch stumble. See why Google Latitude is about to Crush FourSquare! Help everyone out over on Android Community by telling them what you'd like to see at the Android 3.0 Honeycomb Event tomorrow, today! All this and MORE on The Daily Slash!

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Honeycomb, Galaxy Tab & the 7-inch stumble

Honeycomb, Galaxy Tab & the 7-inch stumble

It's hardly been a good week for Samsung. Not only has the company been forced to backtrack on its Galaxy Tab sales figures, admitting it was counting vendor shipments rather than end-user purchases, but return rates are also said to be far higher than expected. Considering the Galaxy Tab has been the poster child of Android slates so far, it's an embarrassing showing against the nigh-unstoppable Apple iPad. Question is, was it Froyo that scuppered the Tab - a smartphone OS asked to do tablet duties it simply couldn't fulfil - or is 7-inches simply the wrong size? And, with Honeycomb fast approaching, can Google's new OS turn the tide?

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 1 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 1 2011

Two rather odd bits of news from over on Android Community - one, there's an Australian whose figured out a way to connect phones directly without the use of carriers, and two, mister Chad Ochocinco has his hands on a Motorola XOOM, so you know it's about to get weird. Next get a glimpse of the Samsung Galaxy S2 - or is it just a Video Dummy? On SlashGear we've got a post on how Android Honeycomb lead designer Matias Duarte notes that Android 3.0 is for more than just tablets. The CEO from Netgear apologizes about his remarks regarding Apple and her leader, Google offers speak2tweet to keep Egyptians connected, and Google accuses Bing of copying search results. All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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Samsung: Galaxy Tab sales “quite smooth” not “quite small”

Samsung: Galaxy Tab sales “quite smooth” not “quite small”

The Samsung Galaxy Tab situation thickens, with the company now insisting that rather than admitting customer sales of the 7-inch tablet were "quite small", executive Lee Young-hee said they were "quite smooth." According to Samsung, mishearing of Young-hee's comments have led to confusion over whether Galaxy Tab shipments have proved disappointing or not.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab returns as high as 16% researchers claim

Samsung Galaxy Tab returns as high as 16% researchers claim

Samsung has already had to backtrack on its Galaxy Tab performance figures, admitting that sales have actually been "quite small", and now new research suggests that returns rates are also high. ITG tracked sales in the US from the November launch of the Tab through to January 15, the NY Post reports, and found that 15-percent were returned.

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Samsung backtracks on Galaxy Tab figures: customer sales “quite small” [Updated]

Samsung backtracks on Galaxy Tab figures: customer sales “quite small” [Updated]

Samsung has admitted that its much-vaunted sales figures for the Samsung Galaxy Tab did not, in fact, refer to sales to end-users, but were merely shipment figures to retailers and carrier partners. The company had announced 1m sales of the 7-inch Android tablet back in early December 2010, and claimed to have passed the 2m sales point late last week; however, when questioned during Samsung's quarterly earnings call, the WSJ reports, a Samsung executive admitted that actual customer sales were still "quite small."

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