The Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 has been pictured a little early by PocketNow at the CTIA event, where it is expected to launch later today as announced. The images show some specifications of the tablet, including an impressive 1280x800 WXGA resolution.
[RELATED_ARTICLE]The 8.9-inch tablet will be just 8.6mm thick, and weigh 470 grams. Also mentioned, is the dual-core 1GHz processor, still presumed to be Tegra 2 and not an Exynos offering. The images have also riled up a lot of Honeycomb fans, who are displeased with Samsung's decision to plant its own user interface customizations on top of Android 3.0 - such as the Live Panel personalized home screen, and live widgets. We're still looking forward to it though, as well as an updated 7-inch offering with Honeycomb and hopefully, a dual-core processor.
We await the announcement later today, at 21:30 IST.