Tag Archives: Galaxy Tab

Specs on WiFi only Galaxy Tab not what they appear to be

When comparing price points between the WiFi only Galaxy Tab, and 3G enabled Galaxy Tab, one would assume that the WiFi only version got its price drop for two reasons: no 3G radios on board, and the device is not aging well. Unfortunately, there’s a third undiscussed reason. Normally, the Samsung Galaxy Tab comes with a 1GHz Hummingbird processor,… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Tab one step closer to Honeycomb

Whenever a company abandons, or slows down production with, a device’s updates, you can usually expect the Android community to swoop in and save the day. Such is the case with the ever cheaper Samsung Galaxy Tab. XDA user spacemoose1 has put out an early alpha build of Honeycomb for CDMA Galaxy Tabs that just so happens to work surprisingly well. Of… Read more

WiFi only Galaxy Tab available April 4th?

With all the talk of Honeycomb tablets and dual-core processors, the Galaxy Tab is all but dead. If a terribly Photoshopped flyer being handed out at “technology fair” is accurate though, Samsung looks to be giving it one more go. Rumored availability of a WiFi only Galaxy Tab has come and gone time and time again, but it looks like April 4th might… Read more

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 revealed

Samsung’s first competitor to the iPad, the 7″ Galaxy Tab, fell short of their expectations. Realistically, the device was little more than something to hold would-be iPad buyers over until Samsung could release something that can really compete — Something like the Galaxy Tab 10.1. Coming in with a 10.1-inch, 1280×800 WXGA TFT LCD display, the… Read more

CyanogenMod 7 makes its way onto the Galaxy Tab

It’s certainly taken a little longer than most would’ve hoped, but it’s finally here: CyanogenMod 7 for the Galaxy Tab is now available in public beta form. As you should expect from most public betas, not everything is 100% working. As Technomancer, the OP in the original thread, has said: “You flash it at your own risk. Backup everything. Learn how… Read more

Sprint Galaxy Tab overclocked to 1.2GHz

As the Galaxy Tab was the first readily available Android based tablet to hit all four major carriers in the US, community support was expected to be excellent with the device. Traditionally, most Android firsts have done really well with the hacking and modding community. The G1 still sees updates and new ROMs every now and then, the Motorola DROID is… Read more

Five days until we make it rain…tablets

Just in case there are a few readers out there that aren’t yet aware of our crazy Facebook giveaway, and in case some of you know but haven’t taken a minute or two to enter, we’re sending out reminders in these last days before the drawing begins. We’re giving away one tablet for every 5,000 entries we receive, people. So a high number of entrants does… Read more

Sprint officially drops the price of Galaxy Tabs down a notch

It was just five days ago here on DroidDog when we first brought you news that Best Buy would be dropping the price of the Sprint Galaxy Tab to $299 with a two-year contract. At the time we still weren’t sure whether or not the change in pricing would be reflected by Sprint or if it was a Best Buy exclusive, but we now know that Sprint is indeed going… Read more

Best Buy price drop on Sprint’s Galaxy Tab

With announcements of Android tablets and phones hitting a fever pitch at CES, manufacturers and retailers need to do something to keep moving product. Best Buy’s solution has always been drastic price drops, to which the Galaxy Tab is not immune to. Leaked internal information out of Best Buy today suggests that Sprint’s Galaxy Tab will undergo a… Read more