With an update for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 just around the corner, a new video is now present on Samsung's YouTube channel that highlights all of the features of the Tab 10.1, including a pretty thorough look at Touchwiz UX and Samsung Hubs. Among the highlights and features is one rather noticeable blunder as well, so make sure to pay close attention around 5:42...


Did you catch that? I'm not entirely sure what "indivisual speakers" are, but they must be pretty awesome to end up in the spotlight like that! I kid, I kid.

All joking aside, I still stand by what I said yesterday: Touchwiz UX looks pretty damn good. I can clearly see how this will add an entirely new dimension to how I use my Tab 10.1, so I'm looking forward to getting the update.

There's no official word on when we can expect this update to hit, but I image it will be within the coming days.

Cameron Summerson
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  • http://facebook.com/themulligansska Drewsipher

    my question is if I try it and don't like it, can I easily kill it or will I have to factory reset?

    • Win

      Don't think you can remove it once it's there, unless you unlock and flash to some stock.

    • Joe

      Yeah I was thinking I'd create a fresh nandroid backup before I ran the update, and then if I don't like it I can always revert to my backup (i.e., stock HC)

  • John

    I like this touchwiz, not the one from the galaxy s 1

  • Toh

    I hate Samsung, there no update to my Galaxy Tab 7", even Gingerbread update also no yet available in my country. Their follow up on old product is terrible...

  • Takeo

    I already have it...
    I'm not impressed...
    The apps shortcuts are rather useless (on the bottom)

    I'm not kidding, it was included already with the launch of the Galaxy tab 10.1 in Indonesia.

    • Cameron Summerson

      Interesting. Are the stock Honeycomb Gmail, email, and calendar apps still present, or have they been replaced by proprietary Samsung apps?

  • Concerned Androidian

    The term UX still makes me LOL.