I had a minute to chat with Philip Berne of Samsung and get my some time with the Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE and AT&T's recently announced LTE variant of the Galaxy Note. While we didn't have time to run our usual test bench, we did get in a quick SunSpider 9.1 run on the Note, and the results weren't too shabby. Each is running TouchWiz over Gingerbread, with plans for Ice Cream Sandwich in place. The interfaces were smooth and pleasant, and though the Note makes do with the RGBG stripe typical of Super AMOLED screens it was not dissatisfying. The Exynos-driven Galaxy Tab 7.7 LTE was snappy and responsive and performance should match the similarly powered Galaxy S II device. The Note is a...

IFA 2011: Samsung Keynote Introduces Galaxy Note, Galaxy Tab 7.7 and Wave 3

Not content with one big press event this week, Samsung is breaking some new and curious ground at their IFA keynote. Along with the LTE variants of the Galaxy...

18 by Jason Inofuentes on 9/1/2011

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