Tag Archives: Galaxy Tab

Samsung reportedly reevaluating whether or not the Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab can get Android 4.0

Four days ago Samsung rocked the mobile market by announcing that the original Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab would not be getting an upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. They told the world that it was due to a memory allowance on both devices, and that it would be hard to upgrade the devices due to the lack of it on each. While Samsung is sticking… Read more

Samsung Galaxy S and Galaxy Tab won’t be upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich, Samsung explains why

While Samsung, along with the other manufacturers out there have been pretty transparent about their update plans and strategies for upgrading existing devices to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, it’s obviously not going to be all good news. If you are someone out there who still owns an original Samsung Galaxy S or the original Galaxy Tab, then you’ve… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE reportedly headed for Verizon

We’ve known about the Galaxy Tab 7.7 for a little while now, and while we knew it was headed for a release on the other side of the pond, the rumors regarding a State-side release were never all that quiet. So now that we’re looking at a reported internal image of a Verizon system, showcasing not only the 10.1-inch variant of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab tablet… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Tab for US Cellular upgraded to Gingerbread

When US Cellular launched the 7-inch Galaxy Tab from Samsung, the device was running Android 2.2 Froyo, which was to be expected. And while the wait has been long, the regional carrier has finally provided the goods to upgrade the tablet to Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Sure, it may not be Honeycomb, but no one should have expected that to happen. The update… Read more

Ice Cream Sandwich Ported to the Original Galaxy Tab

Android’s first Google blessed tablet did have the best success. The original Tab was kinda chunky, only had a 7″ screen, and ran a glorified phone OS. But it quickly dropped in price, and became a good device for the dev community. Many tried to get Honeycomb on the Tab, but it was a difficult task without Google open-sourcing the code. All that has… Read more