Galaxy Tab 2, both the 7-inch and 10-inch models from Samsung had been delayed until late April. While things still seem to be on track for a late April release we now have a leaked price too. The folks from Engadget spotted the 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab 2 at Office Depot of all places, showing a price tag of only $399 for the Ice Cream Sandwich tablet.
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Galaxy Tab 2, in either its 10.1-inch or 7-inch incarnations. Anyone? Well, if you've just been dying to get your hands on some warmed-over hardware, you'll have to wait a little longer: Samsung said that the international release of both tablets has been delayed slightly. They'll now appear at the end of this month, though specific dates and markets weren't given. Try to contain your disappointment, Android fans.
FCC got their hands on the new 7-inch Galaxy Tab 2 just days after its official announcement, declaring the WiFi-only version fit for surfing American wireless waves. While an FCC filing isn't always an automatic precursor to US sales, Samsung's been pretty universal with their myriad Galaxy Tab models, so finding a Galaxy Tab 2 at a retailer near you in the two or three months is a safe bet.
original Galaxy Tab, and in that time we've seen no less than four extra models, none of which the company saw fit to grace with a sequel moniker. That changes today with the debut of the Galaxy Tab 2, a refit of the original Samsung Galaxy Tab and its pseudo-upgrade, the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. Most notably, the Galaxy Tab 2.0 will (probably) be the first Samsung tablet to come with Ice Cream Sandwich at launch.