Samsung Immediatelly Pulled Back Android 3.2 Update for Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
Samsung recently released an Android 3.2 update for Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, but the update is instantly pulled-back because of WiFi bug. The update was available over the air, but the Korean company find out that this new update will also make the WiFi function stop to work.
Samsung Galaxy Tab is currently run Android Honeycomb and there’s no major complaint about this high-end tablet so far. What is more awkward about the update is the fact that Samsung already announce to bring Ice Cream Sandwich to Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Some people believe that this update will be the foundation for the next Android 4.0 update. But we can’t believe it for sure.
Samsung Galaxy Tab available in 10.1 and 8.9 inch version. Both of those device offer similar specification. They have 1280×800 resolution touchscreen, 1 GHz dual-core processors, and 3.15 megapixels primary camera. Galaxy Tab also support for WiFi and 3G connectivity. User can choose between 16, 32, or 64 GB data storage. Samsung also plan to release another 7.7 inch version on Europe region.