Even though Jelly Bean is yet to grab a significant market share of the Android OS ecosystem, more and more device are getting a Jelly Bean version. The last one to receive it is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Wi-Fi version (model number GT-P5110).
Trust T-Mobile to reveal its Black Friday promotion in the 11th hour, but at least the details are now here for folks who have been waiting to see what crazy hot deals the carrier has up its sleeve. Can you say cheaper Galaxy Note 2?
Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 with 4G LTE is now available contract free from Verizon at $499 only. The 10.1 HD screen tab is equipped with 1GB of RAM and is available at a retail price of $499, and by retail price we mean no contract.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 has become available from T-Mobile. But with Nexus 10 as a competitor, we are not sure many people will be interested. While the Tab 2 10.1 was a solid tablet when it was released, with the Nexus 10 now on the market, it’s going to be hard for T-Mo to move many units.
There’s no stopping Samsung from releasing the source codes for AT&T’s Galaxy Express and T-Mobile’s Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 — even when they’re not yet in stores.
If you’re looking to get a tablet or two to fill those holiday stockings, Samsung just has the thing that will put you right in the mood for some spending spree: a cashback promotion. Samsung UK offers up to £50 cashback on purchase of the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, and the Galaxy Note 10.1.
Samsung likes to call it as the next big thing, but some just think that it’s too big. If you’ve been waiting for the AT&T variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to arrive, today is the day that the smartphone finally hits stores. While you’re there, you can pick up the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 as well.
The Black Friday leaked ads bonanza continues today with Office Max. The retailer’s full advertisement for this year’s Black Friday shopping spree has been leaked, and we took it for a spin looking for Android offers and deals worth taking advantage of on November 23.
When it comes to giving power users the software ammo needed to tinker with their devices, Samsung has set a pretty good example for other manufacturers — though admittedly there are a few things that still need to be worked on. At this point, it’s no longer a surprise to see Samsung releasing more source codes for its devices, the latest of which belong to the AT&T variant of Galaxy Note 2, the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, and the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0.
AT&T has become the latest US-based carrier to announce the upcoming availability of the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 tablet. The tablet will be available with AT&T beginning on November 9.