Samsung unveiled its Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 model at Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, this year. The company also revealed specifications of the device, but it did not explain anything about the screen whether it’s HD or not. Folks are still waiting for the manufacturer to announce that the coming 10.1-inch Tablet will have HD screen. Most of enthusiasts still believe that the new Tablet is analogous to the previous version of the 10.1-inch Tablet. On Wednesday, a news blog “NetBookNews” claimed that the South Korean consumer electronics giant has decided to postpone the production of its Galaxy Tab 2 10.1–previously, it was scheduled to be launched on May 13 of this year. According to the news portal, the company has halted the productions of the device due to implement of quad-core processor in the Tablet instead of dual-core–as previously declared at MWC this year.
Previously, we have elaborated the launch of the Samsung’s new 10.1-inch Tablet this year. Recently, Samsung launched its 7.0-inch Tablet in the market for just $250. The upcoming Galaxy 10.1-inch Tablet is expected to have 1280X 800 pixels display, 1Ghz processor, 16GB of internal storage, microSDHC support and 50GB of Dropbox cloud storage free for one year. In addition to these, the device will also have two cameras, one along rear side with 3 MP, while other is front facing VGA camera. However, the price of the device has been kept $399.99, but I am not sure at the moment because it might be changed before coming to the market.