Samsung is set to release the Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0) this coming March, according to the Samsung press release. This new tablet will be the first tablet to run the Google’s Android 4.0 also known as Ice Cream Sandwich and the upgraded redesigned user interface.
The new design UI will deliver an improved app for gallery layout, better user swipe control and the familiar face unlock facial recognition. Google’s embedded application is maintained for quick browsing experience on the net and the access to Samsung Hub services such as music, video and readers for e-books which allow users to either rent or buy to Samsung’s own rich multimedia contents.
More solid features to work on the device includes: the streaming of multimedia content to the tablet from Samsung smartphones, PCs and other cloud drivers. It also supports the file transfers from device-to-device and device-to-cloud.
Galaxy Tab 2 is enhanced to meet the user expectation on basic features. With the front-facing VGA webcam, rear-facing 3-magapixel webcam, options for 8GB, 16G and 32GB storage, 1GB RAM, 1 GHz dual-core processor, 1024 x 600 LCD, a VGA shooter up front and Bluetooth capabilities, 3G and WiFi connectivity.
Initial units are expected to hit UK stores this march and to follow global release after.