Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 310 launched in India for Rs 23,250, runs Android ICS

By on May 23, 2012 at 3:19 PM.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 310 launched in India for Rs 23,250, runs Android ICS

Samsung today officially launched the Galaxy Tab 2 310 in India. The 7-inch tablet becomes the first Samsung tablet to run Android 4.0 in India out of the box. The device is available in the market for a MRP of Rs 23,250. The South Korean giant has partnered with Tata DOCOMO for a free 3GB download plan for three months. More →
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Samsung announces projector flaunting Galaxy Beam and Galaxy Tab 2 10.1

By on February 26, 2012 at 1:28 PM.

Samsung announces projector flaunting Galaxy Beam and Galaxy Tab 2 10.1

With the mecca of mobile technology - Mobile World Congress - starting tomorrow in the Catalonian city of Barcelona, Samsung has announced the Galaxy Beam smartphone, which flaunts a built-in projector and the a 10.1-inch version of the Galaxy Tab 2. Earlier in the day we had reported a story on unannounced Samsung products and now Samsung has made them official. More →
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Samsung expected to announce new Galaxy Tab with 2GHz dual-core processor at MWC

By on January 28, 2012 at 5:00 PM.

Samsung expected to announce new Galaxy Tab with 2GHz dual-core processor at MWC

In the last few days there has been a deluge of chatter from Samsung, focused around the impeding launch of the Galaxy S III at MWC, which now appears to be in a flux. Now comes a report courtesy Android and Me that the South Korean consumer electronics giant will launch a new version of the Galaxy Tab in lieu of the Galaxy S III smartphone. According to the report, the new tab will become the first ARM A15 based device and will boast of a 2-GHz Exynos 5250 dual-core processor based on ARM’s A15 design, a display slightly larger than 10-inches with a WXQGA resolution (2560x1600 pixels), a Mali T-604 graphics chip, and all day battery life. Needless to say, it will be running on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Taylor Wimberly, who posted the story on Android and Me, claims to have seen a prototype of the device at CES and notes that if Samsung is not announcing the Galaxy S III at MWC then surely it will launch a new Galaxy Tab, an assessment with which we concur. The description of the device is also right in tow with a BGR Classic report from December. More →
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