Samsung’s first Honeycomb tablet, the Galaxy Tab 10.1, is launching within days, according to a tweet from the company.The launch event for the Galaxy Tab was originally supposed to be held yesterday, but was postponed indefinitely. We still haven’t heard anything from Samsung about a new date yet.
However, what’s even more interesting about the tweet is that it links to a product description page for the Galaxy Tab that says it will be running Android 3.1 Honeycomb.
That’s the newest version of Honeycomb that fixes a few bugs and includes new features like movie rentals from the Android Market. Right now, the Motorola Xoom is the only tablet running Android 3.1.
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