After showing up at the MWC 2012, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 has surfaced on Office Depot with a price somewhere around $400. According to stories floating around on the web, the price tag looks applicable to the Wi-Fi 8GB version of the slate.
As for the principal specification, it binges on the Ice Cream Sandwich OS. The device happens to sport a 10.1-inch WXGA widescreen display offering 1280 × 800p resolutions. All the functions delivered to users are powered by a 1GHz dual core processor. For photography purposes, there’s a 3MP camera fitted on the back panel along with a front-facing VGA snapper for video conferencing.
The tablet features 1GB RAM and provides 16GB or 32GB user memory choices. The internal memory is expandable up to 32GB via a microSD card. Moreover, the Samsung TouchWiz user interface stays right in place for providing prospective owners with an intuitive touch experience.
This forthcoming Samsung entrant gets its juice from a 7,000mAh battery. All the aforementioned attributes are packed into a profile measuring 256.6mm x 175.3mm x 9.7mm. As mentioned on Engadget, most fans would not expect the Korean-manufacturer’s slate to choose Office Depot as the perfect space from which to break cover. This comes a few weeks after the device bumped into the folks at the FCC.
For now, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 price detail of $399.99 for the 8GB Wi-Fi edition, is all the information we’re going to get.