The Tab 2 has a dual-core processor, not quad-core like the ASUS Transformer Prime, and will ship with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Unlike the 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab on the market now, the Tab 2 will have a micro SD slot to expand the on board storage (16GB or 32GB). Samsung will offer Wi-Fi only and 3G versions; no mention of 4G.
GNote owners have a wide range to choose from, including a cover from Samsung that adds minimal extra thickness and weight to the already large phone. Plus, the best cases take a cue from the Note's versatility and do more than just protect.
This week we're excited about our new favorite way to watch and discover new videos, explore our music collections, and defeat our virtual enemies (hint: it involves dwarves). Read on for the iPhone and iPad apps we're loving this week.
It’s not out of the question for Samsung and Verizon Wireless to bring the GNote to the Now Network. Samsung has a habit of releasing major phones across multiple carriers with little or no difference between models. And I admit, I want this to happen. Badly.