Samsung Unveils Galaxy Tab 10.1 and 8.9; Samsung Galaxy S II finally in the Philippines

Posted: June 22, 2011 in Tech
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(L-R) Samsung Executives Mr. Glenn Glinoga, Business Unit Director for Mobile Communications Business; Ms. Stephanie Chua, Product Manager for SamsungApps; Ms. Raine Javalera, Product Manager for Mobile Phones; Mr. Coco Domingo, Product Marketing Head for Mobile Phones; and Mr. Benjie Jimenez, Marketing Director

Samsung Electronics Philippines Corporation unveils two new additions to its family of GALAXY Tabs, the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 8.9.

“The Galaxy Tab 10.1 and 8.9 are remarkable examples of Samsung’s constant innovation and dedication to designing premium tablets that fit the unique needs of consumers around the world”, said Mr. Glenn Glinoga, Director of SEPCO’s Handheld Phones business. “By combining Samsung’s innovation in design, display and user interface, we have created a new class of products that will sustain Samsung’s leadership in the tablet market.”

The Galaxy Tab 10.1 and 8.9 run the new Android Honeycomb 3.1 OS with Samsung TouchWiz user interface, designed with a Live Panel menu customizable enough to display variety of content.

They feature WXGA TFT LCD display; full HD video playback and dual surround speakers for a more engaging viewing experience. They also have access to thousands of free applications offered in the Android Market.

Both of the Galaxy tabs offer a PC-like web browsing experience supporting Flash-based multi-media content. They also support HSPA+ network speeds up to 21 Mbps as well as Bluetooth and Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n connectivity.

Other key features are the 3MP rear camera and 2MP front camera; pre-embedded with the latest version of G-talk; 1GHz dual core processor; and the QuickOffice application.

Galaxy Tab 10.1 and 8.9 will join the original 7-inch Galaxy Tab in making everyday experiences extraordinary for more people, upgrading their lives to Life 2.0.

Samsung Galaxy S II
Samsung also announced that the Samsung GALAXY S II is finally here.

“In 2011, we will take Samsung’s leadership in Smartphones to a whole new level,” said Glenn Glinoga. “With the SAMSUNG GALAXY S II, Samsung wants to set the new standard of image and video quality, processing speed and cutting-edge modern design.” The GALAXY S II builds on the phenomenal success of the original Samsung GALAXY S. “We are proud to unveil the ultimate smartphone,” added Glinoga. “Consumers will no longer have to limit themselves because the Samsung GALAXY S II allows them to design their own smart lives.”

The Samsung Galaxy S II is the first 4G phone to hit the country that is faster, brighter, smarter and slimmer versus its highly successful predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S. It has a sleek 8.49mm thick design and runs on 1.2GHz Dual Core processor, which speed and and power provide the best mobile performance. It bears the latest Android smartphone OS, the Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Some of its features are the Samsung’s new crystal-clear Super AMOLED Plus screen and voice solution technology that enables users to command their phone to call, text and even send emails hands-free.

Samsung Promo: Be one of the first to get your hands on the faster, smarter, brighter and slimmer smartphone. For a very limited time only, catch the Galaxy S II at a remarkable launching offer and enjoy more than 6,000php in discount values. Log on to www.samsung.com/ph/SII to reserve one of the 300 units up for grabs. Promo period is from June 24 to June 30, 2011 only.

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Comments
  1. Ryan says:

    Oh my God i can’t wait that’s why i didn’t buy Ipad2. Ano ba yan up to now di parin alam kung kelan release ng Galaxy Tab 10.1″

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