Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 and Galaxy Players Announced

| April 19, 2012 |

Samsung launched the 7” version of its Galaxy Tab 2 in the US last week. It is priced at $250. A model with a 10.1” display, priced at $400, is expected to hit the markets in mid-May.

Expectedly, the former comes with a 16GB built-in memory while the latter has an 8 GB memory. Both models offer an easily accessible microSD memory card slot with 32 GB capacity.

Both models come with a 3.2 megapixel rear camera, although the front-facing camera only delivers VGA resolution.

Both models run on dual-core processors and the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. They come with an infrared blaster which allows them to be easily used as universal remote control devices.

Users can choose from more than 450,000 apps available in Google Play and watch movies and TV shows via Media Hub. Besides, the Galaxy Tab 2 supports Adobe Flash, which means you can view the millions of pages that use Flash content.

Samsung has also launched two new Galaxy players that give you the power of Android-in-your-hand without the strings that come with service contracts. They run on Android’s 2.3 Gingerbread version of operating system and let you listen to music, watch videos or play games.

The 4.2” model comes with a WVGA screen (800 x 480 pixels), while the 3.6” model has an HVGA screen that delivers a resolution of 480 x 320 pixels. Both players connect easily to Wi-Fi hotspots so you can access content conveniently. You can also connect them to other devices via Bluetooth 3.0 or USB 2.0 connectivity.

The 4.2” model is priced at $200 and will be available in mid-May; the 3.6” model, priced at $150, is now available.




Source: Samsung

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