According to Netbook News, Samsung has stopped production of the upcoming Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) tablet to beef up the innards of the device. Previously set for an early-May release with a dual-core processor, Samsung apparently wanted the Tab 2 to better compete with upcoming quad-core tablets. The rumor cites their source a Korean Samsung ... Read More »
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The Galaxy Tab 2 series is coming to the U.S. as early as April 22nd. Samsung has two variants of the Galaxy Tab 2, a 7.0″ and 10.1″ model that are billed as lower-priced follow ups to the original Galaxy Tab and Tab 10.1 tablets.
Both Tab 2 variants will sport Android 4.0, ... Read More »
Samsung had originally targeted the end of March for the European release of the Galaxy Tab 2 family of devices. Both the 7.0″ and 10.1″ Galaxy Tab 2 variants will now go on sale in the U.K. at the end of April, with Samsung claiming both it and Google need more time to ... Read More »
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The Samsung Galaxy Tab was the first major Android foray into the tablet market in November 2010. The Galaxy Tab was arguably a success story, with over 2 million devices being sold in the first 2.5 months.
Samsung has announced this morning the next entry in the Galaxy Tab series, the Galaxy Tab 2. ... Read More »
New reports have surfaced which claim that Samsung will be kicking off Mobile World congress by unveiling their new 10.1 inch Honeycomb (Android 3.0) powered tablet on Sunday night. The new tablet is rumored to feature a dual-core Qualcomm processor, 8 mega-pixel camera, and will be trading in the Galaxy Tab’s white back panel for a black one.
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Now that we know Motorola will unveil their Honeycomb tablet at CES, it appears that Samsung will rush out a competing product to try and keep pace in the tablet wars. We have heard little about Samsung’s CES plans, but a report from the Korea Times thinks that Samsung will reveal updated ... Read More »