Samsung on Wednesday officially announced the availability and pricing details of its newest slates, the GALAXY Tab 2 (7.0) and GALAXY Tab 2 (10.1).
These devices though will land in the US first – the GALAXY Tab 2 (7.0) hitting stores comes April 22nd, while the GALAXY Tab 2 (10.1) on May 13th. No official announcement yet from Samsung when these devices will land in the Philippines shores.
Interestingly, the Samsung GALAXY Tab 2 (7.0) got a price drop of $249.99 instead of the speculated $310; while the 10.1 model’s price will remain at $399.99. Without the applicable taxes and tariffs, we can expect these devices to hit local stores at around Php 10,500 (7.0 model) and Php 16,800 (10.1 model) using the current ex-rates.
In case you missed it, the Samsung GALAXY Tab 2 lineup is actually the upgrade to the first-generation GALAXY Tabs, bringing in essential features such as Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) skinned with the latest TouchWiz UI, support for HSPA+ connectivity, improved battery life, and etc. You can learn more about GALAXY Tab 2 (7.0) and GALAXY Tab 2 (10.1) via the links.