" As we all know, Samsung didn't include the Galaxy Tab in it's Jellybean update roadmap. I think that's quite unfair, because there are a lot of slower devices, even by Samsung, that got their update (and have similar market age). Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 had it's market debut on may 2011, so it's a 1,5 year device. In mobile world one would say it's old, but independent developers shown that it's capable of doing a lot of things that newer devices are capable of. One of such features is the ability to run Android Jellybean (4.1). Now we all know that it's easy to argue that Android Jellybean with Touchwiz UX won't give a proper user experience (it won't be as fast as it should be). I'd ask, why not let the user choose? As far as I know, the American version of Galaxy Tab 10.1 came without TouchWiz preinstalled, and no one complained (the update with TW was given but that's not the case here). Now part of this petition is to try to make Samsung develop an update for our Tab with newer version of Android BUT I know it is hardly possible (mainly because of money involved - they prefer to sell a newer model). So I'm also asking Samsung to fix that crappy update they had given (the ICS one). I would like them to know that I'm NOT GETTING PROPER USER EXPERIENCE (crappy battery life, low wifi & 3G signal, etc.) with that update and it's not because of old hardware and such. It's because they didn't work hard enough. I would be happy if you sign the petition, even if you don't own the Galaxy Tab 10.1 because it is important for the community. Thank you!"
And here's the link to the petition:
Please read the petition and sign it if you agree. Also please spread the word, the more the better. Also if someone knows an email to some Samsung decision maker somewhere in Samsung's HQ in Seoul, please provide it here so I can add it in the petition.
Also please leave the topic clean of OT.
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