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    Review of Samsung Galaxy Tab 2

    By cooldude | September 2, 2013

    Samsung its doing fine with its Galaxy tablets and the latest in the series is surely the Galaxy tab 2. You will find the Tab 2 line in both 7” and 10” screen options. The tablet is powered with Android 4.0 Icecream Sandwich OS as well as dual core 1 GHz 4430 TI OMAP processor. If you want to know more about the new Samsung tablet follow the post below as the write-up here is a short review on Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.

    Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 is designed with a WSVGA TFT display screen. The screen resolution is 1024 by 600 in the 7” model while it is 1280 by 800 in case of the 10” screen. The tablet is backed by a 1GB memory space and promises 8GB in-built internal storage for the 7” set and 16 GB for the 10” one. The tablet ensures a brighter display in comparison to its contender tablets as well as better contrast and purer whites. Then, you will surely enjoy excellent view angle with your Samsung Galaxy Tab 2. The tablet comes with IR blaster that promotes universal remote capacity. You would be getting a Remote Application on the new Samsung tablet which works with the blaster.

    The new tablet comes preloaded with a horde of software. These include Amazon Kindle, AllShare, Dropbox, ChatOn, Media Hub, Game Hub, Netflix, Memo, Next Issue, Readers Hub, Polaris Office, S Planner etc. In terms of camera capacity, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 is designed with a 3.2 Mega Pixel rear facing camera and front-facing VGA camera. The 7” model runs with 4,000 mAh battery while the 10” one is backed by 7,000 mAh battery. You are getting around 11 hours of battery life with the 7” screen option while it is 14 hours approximately with the 10” one.

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