Vodafone has teased the imminent arrival of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 with the mooted Android 3.0 tablet device seemingly bound for the red-hued network in the UK.
Creating a whirlwind of speculation, Vodafone UK today posted a link on its official Facebook page pointing followers to an article suggesting the Android 3.0, Honeycomb, OS is to touch down on the next generation Samsung tablet.
Adding fuel to the fire the Vodafone post read: "There are some great Android smartphones in the pipeline - Nexus S, Xperia Play and LG Optimus 3D - with more coming to Vodafone soon. But Android's just about to get even bigger with the launch of the first Honeycomb tablets around the corner."
Whilst this Facebook post makes no reference to the network supporting any such future tablets, there seems no feasible reason why Vodafone would draw its followers' attentions to this article without an ulterior motive with future road mapping in mind.
It is widely expected following a number of seemingly conclusive conference timeline leaks that Samsung will officially unveil the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 alongside the Samsung Galaxy S 2 during this Sunday’s Mobile World Congress opening conference.
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