Excerpt: It took a while, but Samsung finally rolled out the long-awaited Android 4.0 update for its 'old' Galaxy Tab 10.1 GT-P7500. The tablet from last year was supposed to get the upgrade from Android 3.2 to Android 4.0 earlier, but it took a bit longer than expected. Hardware.Info compared the performance of the two Android versions.
Summary: How many tablets are available through U.S. Cellular that are capable of running on their 4G LTE network? There is only one and it is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. I don’t know about you, but if...
Pros: 4G LTE, U.S. Cellular, Great Display
Cons: Outdated Tech, No Android 4.0, Very few U.S. Cellular markets with 4G LTE
Summary: The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 remains one of the better tablets out there. It looks good, and offers great performance. For those looking for an iPad-alternative, the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 comes well recommended.
Summary: Despite that, however, we love the Galaxy Tab 10.1. It's a genuine rival for the Apple iPad 2, proving thinner, lighter and with a screen that's even better. There's still a more impressive choice of applications available for the iPad 2, and devices like the Eee Pad Transformer are more capable overall, but the Tab 10.1 is still more than worth a look.