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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 series to come with free 50 GB of Dropbox storage available for a year

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Although it’s probably not the most impressive feature of the Galaxy S3, the free 50 GB of Dropbox storage should make a lot of users happy, as it pretty much cancels any problems one might ever have with the device’s memory. However, Samsung’s partnership with Dropbox, probably the most popular file hosting service around, seems to not be limited to the new flagship phone. As the below screenshot indicates, newly released Galaxy Tab 2 tablets will also come with 50 GB of Dropbox storage, free of charge, but available for only one year. After the end of the special offer,…

Roundup: Samsung News in India – Galaxy Note update, Galaxy S3 pre-booking, Galaxy Tab 2 310 now available

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Samsung India has had quite a busy week. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights that should leave Samsung customers in India very happy. Android 4.0 update for Samsung Galaxy Note now rolling out Galaxy Note owners in India now have a reason to celebrate, with the official Android 4.0 ICS update rolling out over the last week. The 319MB update is available over-the-air, and, in case an OTA notification has not reached you, you can download the update using the Kies Desktop software. The update to Android 4.0.3 features TouchWiz UI tweaked to support the latest Android…

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 pops up on Amazon, starts selling at $249.99

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After an unexpected delay that pushed back the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 release from March to late April, Sammy didn’t upset its fans any further and finally put the tablet up for sale. The 7-incher can now be purchased in the US from Amazon and its price is on-par with what we expected for a while now. Available for $249.99, the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 should be high on many buyers’ shopping lists, running ICS out of the box and featuring pretty decent tech specs. Okay, it might not come with a quad-core processor, an unbelievably bright screen, or a lot…

Samsung cuts the price of Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 to $250 (Thanks, Kindle Fire!)

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The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and 10.1 don’t exactly fit the description of high-end tablets in 2012, as they only offer minimal improvement over their predecessors, if any.  The good news is Samsung has decided to cut the price of the smaller device, even before it hits stores.  The Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 will now be priced at $250 with the price of the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to remain at $400. This is as good as Christmas for penny-pinching tablet buyers that have initially been put off by the rather exorbitant price of the 7-incher. It was only…

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 listed on QVC for $310

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Following in the footsteps of variou Z-list celebrities who sell various products, such as jewelry, clothing, or perfume on TV, Samsung has apparently listed the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 on the infamous QVC home shopping network. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 was briefly available for order on QVC’s website today, until it was taken down just moments ago. We don’t know if someone put the product page up too early, but this clearly fits in with previous reports about the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 series being delayed for the end of the month. One good piece of news…

Samsung Announces Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Note 10.1 Coming

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Last night, Samsung (who will not be holding any press conferences at MWC, apparently) announced the new Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 slate. The new member of the Tab 2 series, which also includes the already introduced Tab 2 7.0, will run Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, but really, is only a slight improvement over the previous-generation 10.1 Tab. No word on the pricing yet, but according to Sammy’s press release, the new Tab 2 10.1 and 7.0 will first be available in the U.K., followed closely by a worldwide launch. How is the new Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 better than…