Samsung has officially announced the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 with the 7-inch tablet to land running Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
Building on the foundations set by the company’s original 7-inch tablet device unveiled during IFA back in 2010, the newly unveiled Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 will boast a number of core improvements
“We have actively worked to enhance and extend our tablet offering since the launch of the original Galaxy Tab 18 months ago,” said Simon Stanford, Samsung’s UK and Ireland Telecommunication sand Networks Division head.
He added that Samsung is now in the position “of being able to offer our customers a portfolio of devices of varying sizes relative to their different needs. We are delighted to be offering our customers even more choice with our latest tablet which is our first to feature Android 4.0.”
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 Specs
As well as confirmed to land boasting Google’s latest Android 4.0 OS, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 is set to feature a 1GHz dual-core processor and a 7-inch WSVGA touchscreen display with a 1024 x 600p resolution.
Lining up at just 10.5mm thick and 344g in weight the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 is to play host to a 3-megapixel fixed focus camera on the rear with a second, VGA snapper landing on the front of the device. Other Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 features of note include the company’s TouchWiz UI, 1GB of RAM and the option of Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi 3G connectivity options as well as 8, 16 or 32GB storage capacities.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 Release Date
Speaking with T3 following the unveiling of the company’s first tablet of 2012, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 release date has been branded as “TBC” with the device’s price tag also remaining a closely guarded secret.
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