OK, so we've put down the wonderfully awesome Samsung Galaxy S II just long enough to post some pictures of two more splendid looking Samsung devices. Though still part of the Galaxy family, this time it's the turn of the tablets, namely the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. The numbers of course refer to the screen size, and having seen them both in the flesh (albeit not fully working samples), they've been added along with the Samsung Galaxy S II to our 'We Want' list. Both run on the latest Android tablet-optimised Honeycomb OS, are incredibly thin and will each be available with an on-board memory of 16GB and 32GB (though both will be able to be topped up with a microSD card) as well as 3G and Wi-Fi versions. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 will be available in both white and black with the 10.1 just in the latter.
Both tablets are expected to begin shipping in the next couple of months, with the original seven-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab continuing to be distributed. For more details on both, click here.