Samsung has unveiled a new tablet which runs the latest version of Andriod, Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). The new tablet will be called Galaxy Tab 2 wil have 7 inches screen.
This device will be a lighter one as it will weight only 344grams and will feature a 7 inches LCD Capacitive touch screen which will be able to display 16 M colors and have a resolution of 1024×600 pixels. The Galaxy Tab 2 will be powered by a GHz processor which will be backed up with 1 GB RAM. Although the processor is good enough for a 7 inches tab but smartphones released by almost all vendors are featuring dual core processors, so a single core processor may result it slow when more devices running ICS are released in market.
Galaxy Tab 2.0 will come in three variants according to storage i.e. 8 GB, 16 GB and up to 32 GB, all of these will have a microSD card slot adding an option of up to 32 G more storage. The device will have a 3 MP camera mounted on its rear and a VGA secondary camera on front and the users wont have to worry about its storage as the latest Samsung device will feature a 4000 mAh battery which will be enough to serve those who are always on the move.
It is expected that the Galaxy Tab 2 willl have both WiFi and 3G variants and there can be another Tab with a 10inches screen in the pipeline. The device is set to be released globally at the end of Q1 2012 with an initial release in the UK in March.