The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is now officially been available in Australia and until I remember, Australian users are last to receive Galaxy Tab 10.1. It was not the problem from Samsung but it was banned in Australia and court lifted the ban today.
Samsung wasted no time in announcing this tablet and it will be made available in time for Christmas shopping period. The revolutionary iPad competitor runs on the Android 3.1 Honeycomb OS and it will be priced at AU $ 579 for 16 GB Wi-Fi version and AU $ 729 for 16 GB 3G variant. The 10.1 Inches large size tablet is powered with dual core Tegra 2 processor clocked at 1 Ghz and includes 3.15 mega pixel camera on the rear side with autofocus and LED flash along with 2 mega pixel front facing camera. The rear camera supports full 720p HD video recording and includes HSPA+ connectivity for 3G models only. The Bluetooth 3.0 feature added will support wireless transfer of files and Wi-Fi direct for Wi-Fi variants. It comes with various options of micro USB connectivity. It will be powered with Li-Po 7000 mAh battery providing a video playback of up to 9 hours. For complete specifications and features check Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 specs.
The Australian distribution of Galaxy Tab 10.1 will be loaded with exclusive country based apps like ABC Reading Eggs for Children and Magshop Digital Newstand app allowing users to purchase leading manages with 30 % off on the printed price of it. They are exclusive offering limited to Galaxy Tab in Australia.