It’s not usual to find complete, downloadable images of a phone’s (or tablet’s) firmware unless we’re a few weeks away from launch, but the guys over at Samsung-Firmwares have done it again: you can now download the Samsung Galaxy Tab’s factory firmware, but it’s somewhat useless to you (for now.)
I say somewhat because a leak like this always brings about more details, and it confirms everything we’ve learned before (480×800 resolution, Swype, front-facing camera, 1GHz Samsung Hummingbird, the usual connectivity options, etc.) but we’ve finally been able to confirm that this will be launching with Android 2.2, if the source files are to be trusted.
Check it out for yourself now over at Samsung-Firmwares.
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