It’s Samsung time! Apple released an iPad 2, and as Samsung famously took it, they wanted to make their Galaxy Tab 10.1 running Android 3.0 slimmer as well, which is exactly what they did: they made it thinner than the iPad 2. Alongside the Galaxy Tab 10.1. is the Galaxy Tab 8.9, which is an obviously smaller version, and is in between the original Galaxy Tab and the 10.1-inch variant. Both use Android 3.0 Honeycomb, but not stock — Touchwiz UX has made a comeback, interestingly, via an update that will be sent to users.
In terms of power, both have 1GHz dual-core processors, have 1280 x 600 pixel resolutions, are 8.6mm thick, and support 4G ad WiFi. A 10.1-inch WiFi model gets released June 8th — the 16GB version costs $499 and the 32GB $599. Whilst the 8.9 is $469 and $569 for 16GB and 32GB, respectively. Press release when you click the ‘more’ link.