Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 to feature Nvidia Tegra 2, 10-inch screen?
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab has been very successful in its first generation and it seems it intends to better its current success story with the upcoming version of the Android tablet. Although specs of the tablet have not yet been announced, rumors are going full flow about the supposed specs.
Taking into account the latest rumor, it is being said that the tablet will actually sport Nvidia’s Tegra 2 chip, instead of the earlier speculated Samsung Hummingbird processor. Also being said is that the tablet will run the Android Honeycomb OS. But what’s surprising in this entire development is the report of the device featuring a 10-inch display, and not a 7-inch one contrary to previous belief. If these latest rumors are to be believed then the new package in the form of the Galaxy Tab 2 will prove to be a good competitor to the upcoming Motorola Xoom.
Reports suggest that the tablet might be unveiled on 13th February at the Samsung press conference at MWC in Barcelona, although an earlier unveiling cannot be ruled out.