Samsung announced that its next gen Galaxy Tab will run on Ice Cream Sandwich platform. The company made this announcement during a press conference in Prague. The new tablet will replace its first generation Galaxy Tab and will be the first Samsung tablet to come with pre-loaded Ice Cream Sandwich operating system.
The new tablet features a WSVGA (1024×600) TFT display and it packs 1 GHz dual core processor. The tablet has 1 GB of RAM and supports HSPA+ protocol. Galaxy Tab 2 also comes with dual camera, with 3 MP one on the rear side, while the front facing camera supports VGA resolution. The new tablet also offers voice calling feature. You will be able to get this tablet in three different storage capacities, that is 8GB, 16GB and 32 GB.
The tablet is likely to hit UK market in March this year. However, Samsung chose not to disclose the price point for the tablet. Simon Stanford, managing director, UK & Ireland Telecommunications & Networks Division, said, “We have actively worked to enhance and extend our tablet offering since the launch of the original Galaxy Tab 18 months ago, to put us in the position we are in today of being able to offer our customers a portfolio of devices of varying sizes relative to their different needs. We are delighted to be offering our customers even more choice with our latest tablet which is our first to feature Android 4.0.”4