HTC Flyer – the first tablet from HTC. We got our hands on of these and I must say, it is one solid device. It is a 7-inch Android tablet that has a layer of HTC Sense on it and below that you find Android 2.3 Gingerbread.
The size may not be perfect, but it is still better than what we found on the Dell Streak, a 5-inch display. We did a quick hands-on with the tablet and looked around what it has in store for us.
Dell Streak 5, the first phone-tablet from Dell made its way to me so I decided to write a quick review about the device. Streak 5 was an experiment by Dell to see how people respond to a tablet-cum-phone device.
It features a 5.0-inch gorilla glass display screen with a 1 GHz Scorpion processor under the hood, and features 512MB of RAM. Dell Streak is powered by Froyo (Android 2.2.2) and was actually the first ever device to feature the gorilla glass screen. We did some pretty interesting gorilla glass test. You can catch them in the videos after the jump.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 – It’s faster, bigger, thinner and lighter than the iPad 2. These were my impressions when I first got to play with the Samsung’s most-anticipated tablet this year.
At the Google I/O 2011, all the attendees were given a free Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Limited Edition. we never got to to try that one out, we did play with the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (3G +WiFi) that will be soon available in stores.
Samsung announced the all new Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 8.9 tablets at CTIA. They are more powerful, thinner and lighter than the iPad 2.
A full pricing list is also available now for both the tablets (WiFi only).
Samsung announced their new Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 8.9 tablets at CTIA in Orlando. Both of these new tablets are incredibly thin and Samsung has built a tablet experience on top of Honeycomb, making sure that Android 3.0 remains untouched.
Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 8.9 has the new Samsung TouchWiz UX which is called as TouchWiz 4.0.
Samsung will be unveiling their 8.9″ Galaxy Tab and their new Samsung Unpacked website for the tablet now shows a teaser video of what we should expect on the Samsung Mobile Unpacked event.
Galaxy Tab 8.9 is expected to be a tad bit smaller version of the Galaxy Tab 10.1, which was announced along with the Galaxy S II at MWC’11.
Motorola XOOM will be getting their first Honeycomb Android 3.0.1 software update tonight which will prepare the tablet to receive Flash Player 10.2 from the Android Market.
Verizon was supposed to ship Flash Player 10.2 with the XOOM at launch, but it was later delayed due to some reasons and is now soon going to be available for download for Motorola XOOM.
Motorola XOOM is expected not to come with Flash Player on-board. This comes as a surprise when all the manufacturers have been advertising that their Android tablets can run Flash content.
This was spotted at the Motorola Xoom pre-order site: “Adobe Flash expected Spring 2011”. Sad news, really. I hope Adobe manages to release Flash Player real soon for all the Android tablets.
Dell recently introduced the all new Dell Streak 7, which is a successor to the previous tablet from Dell, the Dell Streak. This tablet goes head to head with the other tablets of its generation, the iPad, Galaxy Tab etc.
Dell Streak 7 has been extensively reviewed by Ubergizmo explaining design, display, performance and many other factors of the device.