Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Video
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Video Transcript
Hey. This is Eric Franklin from CNET. And I'm standing here with the Samsung Galaxy Tab II 7.0. This is a followup to Samsung's Galaxy Tab the original Tab 7 inch screen but it's also there's a (strength?) it was the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus. It has a (??) sensory like the plus had. It turns your tablet into kind of smart remote using the (??) software. There's a power button volume racker. Let's see. It has a headphone jack here, microphone pin hold. There's also expanded memory you can add up to 32 gigs of memory to the Micro SD card slot. Dual speakers on the bottom. There's also the dock connector here as well. May look and feels a lot like the 7.0 Plus. It's probably a little bit thicker and maybe like the same weight. Also the front camera has been down with it from 2 megapixel to VGA from the 7.0 plus and the back camera remains at 3 megapixel camera how (??) loses the LED supported light. We're comparing 7.0 plus the processor has been downgraded from 1.2 gigahertz to 1 gigahertz to (??). There however the POS screen count technology remains which gives a great view in angle and also really great and (??) colors in which colors. Unlike any sense of tablet before this one runs ice cream sandwich Android 4.0.3 I believe to be exact and also includes Samsung's touch whiz interface. Samsung Galaxy Tab II 7.0 will launch on April 22nd at the very competitive price of $250. Look for full review around that time. Once again I'm Eric Franklin. This been a first look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab II 7.0.
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