News has it that Samsung is releasing its much anticipated tablet computer, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 a day before the announced date.
According to tech website Android Central, PCWorld has revealed that the tablet computer, Galaxy Tab 10.1 which was announced to be released on August 4 across the United Kingdom, will now be made available a day earlier.
The Galaxy Tab 10.1 which is to be launched with retailers Currys, PCWorld and Dixons in the UK will now be offered through the flagship store of PCWorld on London’s Tottenham Court Road from August 3 starting 5 pm.
“Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is to be made available through the central London location from 5pm on August 3rd allowing eager Londoners the chance to be the first in the UK to pick up the Android Honeycomb device.” tech website T3 quoted on Monday.
The 8.6mm thick and 565gm heavy device was revealed at Mobile World Congress earlier this year. However, it has gone under complete change to compete with Apple’s iPad 2. The tab runs Android 3.1 Honeycomb and costs £399. The Tab 10.1 boasts of 1GHz dual-core Nvidia Tegra 2 chip and has both front and rear facing cameras. The read facing camera is only 3MP as compared to previously announced 8Mp.