Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is soon to be released in India. It is an improvement over the previous versions of the Tab family and is an Android tablet running on Android OS. It has Android 4.0 OS, a dual core processor of 1 GHz, 3 MP camera, 7.0 inch PLS TFT Display, 1GB RAM, A-GPS, Wi-Fi and many other features. It is expected to be priced around Rs. 25,000. The available color is black for this model.
#FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS
Operating system and Processor
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 has Android OS, v4.0(Ice Cream Sandwich) and powered by a dual core processor of 1 GHz. This processor ensures you get the fastest performance that coordinates with Android OS to deliver rich quality.
Form Factor And Design
Samsung Galaxy Note 7.0 has a stylish design is easy to carry around with thickness of 10.5 mm and height and width of 193.7 and 122.4 mm respectively. The form factor is bar for this set.
Display Dimension and Weight
It features a PLS TFT capacitive touchscreen with screen size of 7.0 inches. The resolution is of 1024×600 pixels with 16M color depth . It weighs 344g. Thus a display of this size lets you view images with more clarity.
It has 3 MP camera and features zoom and flash. Secondary camera is not there for this set.
Internal Memory and Extendable Memory
Its has an internal memory of 8 GB with 1GB RAM and external memory can be extended using micro SD memory card/ Transflash.
It has Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n WLAN giving you wireless connectivity. The Bluetooth v3.0 is present for file transfer services. It has USB 2.0 and AGPS too. It has GPRS, 3G and EDGE classes. The internet browsing with WebKit open source browser is there too.
It has standard Li-Ion battery of 4000 mAh battery which gives sufficient backup power to ensure you have all your tasks done. Gives a standby time upto 7 hrs.
The other features include MP3 player, video capturing features, google maps, accelerometer, predictive text input with youtube, facebook and others.
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