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Design: Samsung is currently making the best-looking Android tablets in the commercialism, tho' its tablets examine too some suchlike the iPad for several Apple lawyers' solace. The Wandflower Tab 8.9 is no elision; it's a blackamoor and grey slab with no corporeal buttons on the slicker, fitting a glary and somewhat-reflective 1280-by-800-pixel display; the one determination as the large body on the Accumulation Tab 10.1. Since the 8.9 is a smaller take, the pixels are denser, which is much fabulous to the eye.
Weight: Galaxy Tab 8.9 is slim, and mostly light at 15.7 ounces and 9.1 by 6.2 by .33 inches in dimension.
Camera: Having 3.2-megapixel camera on the back and a 2-megapixel camera on the front. Supports stereo sound Speakers.
WiFi: Wi-Fi-only tablet, there's no 3G/4G option for the Tab 8.9. You do get Bluetooth, which supports both mono and stereo audio, and built-in GPS.
Specs & Performance: Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1-and a company of other prevalent Galaxy tablets-the 8.9 runs Honeycomb 3.1 on an Nvidia Tegra 2 processor. Measure execution is very to the 10.1 and to numerous different Tegra 2-based tablets. I didn't convergence any bugs, problems, or study slowdowns in my investigating. But there's no schedule for an Robot 3.2 update, according to Samsung, so you should impact this as an Automaton 3.1 figure. The affiliate has dressed up the interface with TouchWiz, a set of widgets and program extensions that seem to fall the paper downwards a bit, but egest any activities more favourable.
Operating System & Applications: Android 3.1 & 3.2* (Android 3.2 is still not scheduled for an update). As an Nvidia Tegra 2 tablet, the Galaxy Tab also works with Nvidia's Tegra Zone game store.
Media: Having 13GB of storage capacity but having no memory card slot. All sample multimedia files can easily be played with this gadgets. There's one false comment here, “There's no video out, so you can't play your movies on a big screen”.
|Source: PC Mag 2011|