Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 | Samsung
Samsung is updating its flagship handset, the GalaxyS III, to Jelly Bean, starting today.
To go along with its flagship 8.9-inch Kindle Fire HD, Amazon today unveiled a smaller, 7-inch version of the tablet, describing it as "the world's most advanced" device in its class. To put that claim to the test, we've put it up against competitors like the Nexus 7, Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, and others.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Student Edition on sale tomorrow, includes keyboard and USB adapter for $249.99
Samsung's Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Student Edition bundle, which includes a keyboard and USB adapter, will go on sale starting tomorrow for just $249.99.
If you're a fan of Samsung's Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 but want one with built-in LTE, you won't have to wait much longer — Verizon will release the tablet on August 17th for $349.99.
According to QVC.com, the 7-inch Galaxy Tab 2 will cost $309.96 — there's a button to add the tablet to your shopping cart, but when you do so the page instructs you to call customer service for help.
Samsung has announced the Galaxy Tab 2, a 7-inch tablet running a TouchWiz-skinned Android 4.0, with a pretty tame spec sheet that leads us to question — why's Android 4.0 not coming to the original Galaxy Tab?