Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is ready to make waves in the USA, since it’s launching tomorrow, together with the Galaxy player 4.2, another interesting device. Amazon, Best buy, Tiger Direct and others will have the product on stock on May 13th. The 16GB WiFi version will go for $400.

There were rumors at some point that the 10 inch Galaxy Tab 2 was actually delayed, in order to outfit it with a quad core processor. As far as the Galaxy Player 4.2 goes, this model also debuts on Sunday with a $200 price tag. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 was checked out by our editor at MWC 2012 and you have a hands on video below if you’re curios. This is a 9.7 mm thick slate, weighing 588 grams and packing a PLS TFT 1280 x 800 pixel display with Gorilla Glass protection.

There’s also 16/32GB of storage on board, a microSD card slot and 1GB of RAM. On the connectivity side, you get HSDPA 21 Mbps, WiFi Direct and Bluetooth 3.0. At the back there’s a 3.15MP camera with autofocus, LED flash, geotagging and HD video capture, plus a front VGA camera for good measure. The brain of the device is a dual core 1GHz Cortex A9 CPU and the battery is a Li-Po 7000 mAh unit.

  • DeianStancu

    This is Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 ver. 0.5, it’s worse then the first generation. Lack of LED Flash, only microSD addition and different OS won’t bring a bang in the market, sorry.

    Asus devices are better now. And I’ll also wait for Acer Iconia A510 with 3G, has a better CPU and larger battery. I think Samsung are not that specialists when it comes to tablets, besides P6800, the rest of its tablets are crap.

  • Ana

     Asus rules
    Samsung is soooooo outdated