Do you remember the Galaxy Tab 10.1v? You know, the device that went to Vodafone after being killed off by Samsung as they recreated it as the thinner, more Apple hating, Galaxy Tab 10.1. Anyway.. Vodafone has just put a list of Android devices up on their blog along with dates of software updates if they’re available — I’ll be putting up a post after this detailing their list. But for now I thought I’d concentrate on the Galaxy Tab 10.1v and its current state. Vodafone in this blog post (see source link) state that Samsung aren’t currently working on Android 3.1 for the 10.1v as they’re concentrating their efforts towards the 10.1.
Is in testing. Samsung are concentrating their efforts on the new GALAXY Tab 10.1 first and will then look to releasing Android 3.1 for testing for the GALAXY Tab 10.1v. No ETA has been set yet.
That’s right, early adopters who purchased the Galaxy Tab 10.1v — which was aimed at early adopters, by the way — are going to be left in the dark because Samsung are busy working on a device that Apple have somewhat stopped in its tracks. Samsung are working on a ‘new variant‘ of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 for Australia that will apparently meet Apple’s standards and allow them to bring it to market hopefully in about a months time. Until then Galaxy Tab 10.1v owners, you’re on your own.