Samsung Posts Teaser Image for Galaxy Tab 8.9 on Facebook

With less than two weeks to go before CTIA 2011 kicks off in Orlando, Florida, the leaks and teases are beginning hit us from all angles. Samsung, who previously teased us with a Facebook post that referred to their product announcements, is back at it again this week. Yesterday found the hardware maker posting a second image focused on the March 22 Unpacked event. This time we get to see the back of what is widely being called the Tab 8.9 tablet. We’ll be in Orlando in a few weeks where we’ve already registered for the keynote. Be sure to check back for our initial impressions and hands-on!

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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3 Comments

  1. Marbles
    March 09, 14:25 Reply

    It should read “Samsung post Teaser Image for Galaxy Tab 8.9 on Facebook”

  2. Gary C
    March 09, 17:08 Reply

    Don’t believe the hype! If you adjust the image brightness/contrast, you’ll see that it’s actually thicker than the two lines suggest. Nice try Samsung!

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