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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 coming this week for about Rs 20K

The 7 inch Android ICS tablet will have a dual core 1 GHz processor with some nifty features.

As predicted by The Mobile Indian earlier, Samsung is set to launch its new 7 inch tablet in Indian this week itself. The new Samsung Galaxy Tab 310, which is simply known as Galaxy Tab 2, is expected to be priced at around Rs 20,000 and will come with Android 4.0 operating system.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 features a dual core 1 GHz processor along with 1 GB of DDR 2 RAM for better multitasking and performance. The tablet is powered by the latest Android ICS 4.0 operating system that offers superb functionality as a tablet but it will miss out on regular communications which the older 7 inch Samsung tablets offer.

The tablet features the all new PLS (Plane to line switching) technology based display. This technology allows the screen to display better colours, contrast and even wider screen viewing angles than the existing IPS technology based displays. The 7 inch display features a capacitive touch and a 1204 x 600 pixel native resolution.


The tablet features HSPA+ 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. Besides, the Galaxy Tab 310 has WiFi, Bluetooth and WiFi Direct features.

The Galaxy Tab 2, 310 features a 3 megapixel rear camera capable of video recording in HD 720p resolution while it also gets a VGA camera for video conferencing as well.

Along with regular GPS (Global Positioning System) based tracking service, the Tab 2 will also feature Russian GLONASS satellite based tracking system for better and accurate tracking. The GLONASS was earlier adopted by Sony Ericsson as well for its smartphone devices. It will come with a 4000 mAh non-removable battery.

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