Announced at Google I/O 2011, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 wasn't just Samsung's first Honeycomb tablet — it was also the first tablet to run Android 3.1.
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What You Need To Know
- Samsung's first full-size Android tablet
- Was originally created to compete with the iPad, but following the iPad 2's launch the product was scrapped and redesigned to compete with the dimensions of Apple's second generation tablet
- Special developer-only versions of the tablet (with an Android army illustration on the back) were given to attendees of Google I/O 2011
You don't have to sift through the legal filings to get a feel for Samsung and Apple's mobile war — all you have to do is take a look at Samsung's latest entry in the tablet market. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 is the company's first Android Honeycomb tablet, and well, it was born in direct response to Apple's iPad 2. No, it actually was. Samsung tossed out the original Galaxy Tab 10.1, which was unveiled in February at Mobile World Congress, after Apple released its thinner iPad 2 a month later....
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