The new Galaxy Tabs will ship with the Honeycomb version of Android that is optimized for tablets, but will have Samsung's TouchWIZ interface enhancements on top of it. This may not appeal to those who prefer leaving Android devices with a stock interface, but early photos show it may not be a bad thing.
The new Tabs will be available starting June 8 (10.1 model), and will be available configured as follows:
Galaxy Tab 8.9: WiFi only, 16GB $469; 32GB $569; 64GB (price unconfirmed)
Galaxy Tab 10.1: WiFi only, 16GB $499; 32GB $599; 64GB (price unconfirmed)
Both the Tab 8.9 and 10.1 sport a dual-core processor running at 1 GHz, and displays offering resolution of 1280x600. The smaller of the two weighs in at just over a pound and the larger is 1.3 pounds, making them very light for the screen size. Samsung has not announced carrier partners for the 3G (or 4G) enabled versions of the Tabs.