Samsung Galaxy Tab: Verizon User Manual Revealed

By Alan Ng - Oct 12, 2010

We have some good news for those of you planning to pick up the Samsung Galaxy Tab on Verizon Wireless, as the official user manual for the tablet device has already been leaked, weeks before it’s expected launch.

The user manual comes to you courtesy of Droid-Life, who have uploaded the different pages of the manual up on their website.

Interestingly, the manual lists several mentions about Google Search, meaning that those who buy may actually be in for a treat if you prefer Google search over Bing Search. However, you will get the bundled Verizon-tailored applications, which include the likes of VZ Navigator, VCAST Music and Videos and NFL Mobile.

If you are interested in checking out the manual, it’s over at Droid-Life. Is the default search issue really a deal-breaker for you? Let us know your thoughts.

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  • york

    The Samsung Galaxy Was a surprising development at first but the deal with sprint is awful. Its all about economic and the best way to rip people off. What is the best way to reach that objective? Well, impose a 2 year contract on the "hottest" crave of the fall! Apple themselves do the same, however theirs make more sense than sprints and samsung. Anyways, according to TechBNS, the technology that they but on the phone is kind played out by now. I was expecting samsung to dish out an OS of their own and not this android crap. So there's another reason not to get this crap. If you want more than read up on this article here.

  • Bob