Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Video
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Video Transcript
Hey, guys. Eric Franklin here from CNET. I'm with the Samsung Galaxy Tab II 10.1 this is followup to the Galaxy Tab 10.1 from last year with a few changes. First of it's a little bit thicker than Galaxy tabs from last year and slightly heavier as well. The tablet runs Android 4.0 ice cream sandwich there's the dock connector. There's a microphone in same place as last year. The power button and volume (??) in the same place however now you can add up to 32 gigabytes of memory in the micro SD card slot. There's also the new IR blustered that turns your tablet to kind of into a smart remote using a (PEO?) smart software we've seen before. There's also the headphone jack, these speakers have mood from the side edge onto the edge of the (vessel?). The (muscle?) grown considerably. Another change is that the front facing camera has been downgraded from two megapixel to a VGA camera and the back camera is still a 3 megapixel camera however you do lose the LED light that's a (core stat?). The tablet will (??) for $400 on May 13th so look for a full review around that tab. Once again I'm Eric Franklin and this is been a first look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab II 10.1.
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