Ever since Samsung unveiled their Galaxy Tab and posted a teaser video on the Tab's website, the company has been rather silent about the device. That changes today, as Samsung has posted a helpful walkthrough of several features on the Galaxy Tab, showing off a day in the life of a typical Galaxy Tab user. The clips show off the Home and Menu screens, the browser, video calling, Samsung's Readers Hub, Augmented Reality, and navigation. There's still no word on a U.S. release date for the Galaxy Tab, but Samsung is holding an event on September 16th where they will be announcing their "latest Android-powered device," so odds are good that we'll be learning more then.
While Samsung still has their own skin running on top of Android on the Galaxy Tab, the OS on the tablet seems to be closer to vanilla Android than the TouchWiz skin found on the company's Galaxy S handsets, which is sure to please Android purists. Still, the skin and Samsung widgets on the Galaxy Tab looks pretty nice and will definitely add to the whole "tablet experience," especially since the Android OS isn't really meant for use on a tablet-style device (not yet, anyway).