Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Galaxy S II Fora Added
Looks like we still believe our forum is not large enough, so we will add more device forums to grab the attention of the best developers out there. Since Samsung decided to drop two new devices at MWC 2011, we decided that they seemed suitable for our site as well. Samsung has become a rather large force to be reckoned in the mobile industry, and let’s face it… a big part of our member base has Samsung devices. Seeing as how these devices are evolving as new versions come out, we decided to open up sections for the two newest installments of Samsung Galaxy devices. Aside from what has been reported at the conference this past week, not a whole lot is yet known about these devices. However, they seem promising and we are looking forward to seeing tons of good development being done for them on XDA.
You can visit the Galaxy S II forums here.
You can visit the Galaxy Tab 10.1 forums here.
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