MWC 2011: Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 review – first look video

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Samsung has launched an update to its flagship tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.

The device is based on Android 3.0, specifically designed for tablet use, and runs on the increasingly popular Nvidia Tegra 2 chipset.

It comes with a two megapixel front facing camera, an eight megapixel back-mounted camera and is available in either 16GB or 32GB models.

The increased size puts it in direct competition with the iPad, but will it be able to take the crown from Apple's market dominating device?

Check out our video of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 below to see what you think.


Processor: 1GHz dual core processor Storage: 16GB or 32GB Display: 10.1 inches with 1280 x 800 resolution Features: Android 3.0 OS, 8mp rear camera with LED flash, 2mp front facing camera, 3.5mm headphone jack, stereo speaker Connectivity: 802.11n Wi-Fi, HSPA+ and Bluetooth 3.0 Dimensions: 246.2 x 170.4 x 10.9mm Weight: 599g

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Jennifer Scott is a former freelance journalist and currently political reporter for Sky News. She has a varied writing history, having started her career at Dennis Publishing, working in various roles across its business technology titles, including ITPro. Jennifer has specialised in a number of areas over the years and has produced a wealth of content for ITPro, focusing largely on data storage, networking, cloud computing, and telecommunications.

Most recently Jennifer has turned her skills to the political sphere and broadcast journalism, where she has worked for the BBC as a political reporter, before moving to Sky News.