Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) was earlier available for around Rs 32,000 but now costs Rs 25,900.
Samsung's popular Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) now seems to have got a huge price reduction of around Rs 7,000. The tablet, which was earlier available for around Rs 29,000-Rs 32,000, is now available for Rs 25,900 from many online retail stores like Saholic and Indiapalza to name a few.
The tablet was announced earlier this year with its debut during the Mobile World Congress in the USA. The Tablet comes with the latest Android Ice Ceram Sandwich operating system and is the second generation 10.1 inch Android tablet from Samsung.
The Galaxy Tab 2, 10.1 features a dual core 1 GHz processor coupled with a 1 GB of DDR 2 RAM for better multitasking and performance in applications. The Tab 2 10.1 features the all new PLS (Plane to line switching) technology based display. This technology allows the display to display better colors, contrast and even wider screen viewing angles than the existing IPS technology based displays. Its 10.1 inch capacitive touch display comes with 1204 x 800 pixel native resolution.
The tablet features HSPA+">HSPA+ 3G connectivity allowing it to get data download speeds of up to 21 Megabits per second which will come in real handy while accessing social media websites or while sharing content on various websites online. The tablet is powered with the latest Android ICS 4.0 operating system that offers functionality as a tablet while it also can be used as a regular smartphone for communications as well.
The tablet comes with 16 GB of onboard memory with Micro SD card support for additional 32 GB of storage.
The tablet makes absolute sense for some computing and entertainment on the go plus the tablet will soon be getting the Android Jelly bean 4.1 upgrade, which will enhance the tablet's capacity further up.
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The listing on Snapdeal doesn't speak anything about its LTE feature but many media reports claimed that the handset has 4G connectivity.
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