The Mobile World Congress 2012 is just few hours ahead, and Samsung beside unveiling its 7-inch Galaxy Tab 2 this month has recently announced the 10.1-inch version of its Galaxy Tab 2. Now the company will not only display the latest version of 7-inch tablet (Galaxy Tab 2) but will also public its ‘just announced’ gadget, Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) – aka the successor of today’s Galaxy Tab 10.1.
According to Samsung’s press release, both the variants of Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 features Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), front and back cameras, 1 GHz dual-core processor and 1 GB RAM etc, and beside these amazing specs the Galaxy Tab 2 series will be purchasable in both 3G and WiFi versions.
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However, Samsung has not yet revealed the exact date of its launch for the Galaxy Tab 2 series, but the company in its press release has disclosed that both the variants of Galaxy Tab 2 will be launched globally in March, starting from UK.
On Monday, in Mobile World Congress, we are hoping that Samsung will bring to light some more information, that is the price and exact launch date (region wise) about its Galaxy Tab 2 series, and it is expected that company might also talk about the new 11.6 inch HD tablet, so stay tuned with us, as we are going to bring you some real tech news.