Saturday, February 12, 2011

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 will be announced at MWC 2011, likely to be more slender.

News certainty of Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 will appear immediately. Samsung plans to launch a 10.1-inch tablet Honeycomb on Sunday night at the start of Mobile World Congress.

This new device will be thinner and lighter than Samsung's previous Tablet, Galaxy Tab. This phone has a bigger screen and comes in black rather than white on the back.

By running the Android 3.0 (Honeycomb), Samsung hopes this new tablet will be able to take a good opportunity of  Motorola Xoom, and of course Apple iPad.

Also features a 10.1-inch screen size and the way in Android 3.0, this phone has a 8MP camera, Dual-core Qualcomm processors, and bringing black color on the back, instead of white.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 

Originally known that Samsung was thinking about to launch a 9-inch tablet at the same time, but apparently now believe this will not happen. So perhaps the company did not really have a plan set out fully.

According to a source that the tablet is physically smaller than the iPad in terms of size, although its screen is slightly larger than that offered by Apple.

Other recent news we will wait from its launch at MWC, so be sure to check back updates.

   via: Slashgear
Source: Pocket-lint