Samsung is holding a press conference to unveil the TouchWiz update for the US Galaxy Tab 10.1 August 3 at the Samsung Experience at Columbus Circle in New York. They plan a live showing and full demonstration of the new TouchWiz for tablets, and will sideload the update on-site during the briefing, as well as for the general public afterwards. It's not often that we would want to see a manufacturer UI placed on a stock Android device, but everything we've seen and heard about TouchWiz for the Tab 10.1 makes us think this will be a bit different. The changes look like they add to the Honeycomb experience in a good way, both in the looks department as well as the functionality. Besides the changes included in TouchWiz like the mini-apps and live panels, Samsung plans to bring a new Media Hub interface, the Kindle and Amazon Music Cloud player, Words with Friends, and a set of "Enterprise Mobile" solutions.
While the press will be there checking out the demo and sampling the provided lunch, the public can get involved after. Starting at 1PM and running until 6PM, you can bring your Tab 10.1 in and have the TouchWiz UI flashed by the pros at Samsung. Samsung warns us that sideloading the update will wipe your Tab, so keep that in mind. For the rest of us, and those who don't want to lose all their data, the OTA version of the update will be coming soon after. If you're in New York, you should drop by and check it out.
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