A first impression of the Tab 8.9 4G out of the box was just how light it was. Compared to my third-generation iPad, the Tab 8.9 4G is light to hold in your hand and after little while, it just feels a little heavier than a high-end smartphone, such as the Galaxy S II or Apple's iPhone 4S. The tablet I received had been reviewed before, so I can't really tell you what the unboxing of the device was like or provide any box shots, as they aren't in the best of conditions.
Samsung's Galaxy Tab 8.9 4G has Android 3.2 "Honeycomb" as its operating system and while it's a good OS, in this world of Ice Cream Sandwiches and Jelly Bean's, it's just not up to scratch. I would have thought Samsung would have updated the Tab 8.9 by now, but nope; they're still stuck on Android 3.2, when we have 4.0 on most high-end Samsung smartphones now and 4.1 on the ASUS Nexus 7. Samsung have used their TouchWiz UI, which has been painted on top of Honeycomb, so they've tried to pretty-up Google's Honeycomb OS and for the most part, it helps.
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