Samsung Galaxy Tab 2

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 launch re-set for end of April

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 launch re-set for end of April

The release of two of Samsung's newest efforts in the tablet business, both of them Galaxy Tab 2s, have been set for the end of April. The release of both of these Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablets (ICS in the end) was supposed to be set for March, and now that the entire month of March has passed, Samsung has re-announced the release of both for the end of April instead. Here we're seeing what very well could be the amount of time Samsung needs to upgrade both tablets to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich before their official drop.

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Samsung delays Galaxy Tab 2 tablets to end of April

Samsung delays Galaxy Tab 2 tablets to end of April

For those of you in the UK who were hoping to pick up a Galaxy Tab 2, you’ll be waiting a little bit longer. Samsung said today that the 7.0 and 10.1-inch versions of the tablet have been delayed. Both tablets will now ship towards the end of April. The company says that both tablets will be running Ice Cream Sandwich when they ship, but that Samsung and Google need more time to fine tune the OS.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 pricing set for disaster

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 pricing set for disaster

We're now reviewing some pricing details for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 announced earlier today, and if these number stick to release day, we've got not doubt that Samsung has a rather larger blunder on their hands. The Galaxy Tab 2 was announced as a low-cost update to the original Galaxy Tab, otherwise known as the first real effort on earth to create an Android tablet. This new tablet has a 7-inch 1024 x 600 PLS LCD display, a 1GHz dual-core processor, and a 3-megapixel camera - perfect for a $240 price point - thats about half the cost we're seeing here in an apparent Euro price schedule.

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Someone told Samsung we needed another tablet

Someone told Samsung we needed another tablet

At what point do you stage an intervention: gently prise the set-square and soldering iron from Samsung's hands, and lead them from the tablet labs and into a quiet room where all the iPad adverts have been snipped from the coffee table magazines? This morning Samsung outed its latest model, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, a 7-inch successor to the original Galaxy Tab of late 2010. In the intervening period, we've seen a cavalcade of Samsung slates - the Tab 10.1 and 8.9, the 7.7 with its Super AMOLED Plus display, the 7.0 Plus which, for a while, looked like the original Tab replacement, and they've not been the only ones. Has Samsung got a tablet obsession or is it simply reading the market right?

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