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Dual-core Power With The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Press Release   •   Feb 24, 2011 18:30 GMT

This 2011, various manufacturers announced that they would be releasing tablets that came with dual-core processors. Motorola is scheduled to release the Motorola Xoom early this year. LG’s LG Optimus Pad is also scheduled to be released early this year. All of these manufacturers seem to have followed suit when Blackberry released the Blackberry Playbook, which was the first tablet to be equipped with this powerful processor. Now, Samsung announced that it will also be releasing a tablet that features the same kind of processor. This is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.


This multinational conglomerate corporation has created a tablet in the past. This was the Tab. It featured a 1 GHz ARM Cortex A8 processor, and ran on the Android 2.2 OS (Froyo). With their early tablet, they still managed to beat the famous iPad when it came to web fidelity. There was no lag time when it came to streaming videos, text rendered perfectly, and graphics loaded instantly.


The 10.1 version features a 1 GHz dual-core processor. This will allow this tablet to process data faster than its single-core predecessor. With this powerful processor, you are sure to enjoy loading applications in twice the speed. Think of it this way. Two cores will always be better than one.


In addition to the powerful processor of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, it also comes pre-installed with the latest operating system Google has to offer. It comes pre-installed with the latest Android 3.0 OS (Honeycomb). This OS is fully integrated with Flash 10.1 and HTML 5. This will give you quick access to more than 1.6 million websites that rely on the applications for their functions, features, and attractions.


Another advantage of this powerful processor coupled with its highly advanced OS is smooth and fast multi-tasking. With earlier tablets, you were allowed to run multiple applications simultaneously. However, every time you add another task, you will notice a decrease in performance. With this device, you can run an assortment of complicated tasks and switch from application to application smoothly. Furthermore, you will not notice a decrease in performance.


You may think that all of this power comes at the price of battery life. Ordinarily, running requirement-demanding apps and OS applications will quickly drain the battery. Another advantage of the Gingerbread is energy efficiency. You can run a multitude of highly demanding applications and never use up too much battery life. This means that you can make use of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 longer than usual.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the Motorola Xoom are scheduled to be released this 2011.

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