At the MWC, Samsung announced they're joining the 10" Honeycomb tablet game with the Galaxy Tab 10.1. As sterile as the naming convention is, the tablet packs pretty much the same specs you've gotten used to on Honeycomb tablets, while cutting some weight. Read past the break for specs and a video.
Other than the 599 gram weight, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 doesn't add much to the table that others don't have. There's a Tegra 2, 1 GB of RAM, 16/32 GB storage, a 2 MP front and 8 MP back camera and AOSP Honeycomb without any UI overlay. The back is plastic, instead of the iPad/Xoom choice of metal, but it's reported to be pretty sturdy. If you don't speak German and you're asking yourself why on earth the Samsung rep at around 2:04 is standing on the shiny new tablet, she's demonstrating how great Gorilla glass is on the Galaxy 10.1. That's pretty much all I've got on the new Tab, below you find the spec sheet and a video that Fabien shot:
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