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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7inch Tablet - White (8GB, WiFi, Android 4.0)

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  • Samsung's Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)-powered tablet offers a variety of Android OS features, including an updated Android Market
  • The Galaxy Tab 2 offers users easy multimedia access, playback and sharing experiences with Samsung Hub services
  • Connecting socially has never been easier with a suite of powerful built-in communication capabilities
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandSamsung
Item Weight345 g
Product Dimensions1 x 12.2 x 19.4 cm
Item model numberGT-P3110ZWABTU
SeriesGalaxy TAB 2 7.0 P3110 WI-FI 8GB
ColorWHITE
Screen Size7 inches
Processor BrandNVIDIA
Processor Speed1 GHz
RAM Size8 GB
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Hard Drive Size8 GB
Graphics Card DescriptionIntegrated
Power SourceAC
Operating SystemAndroid 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich
Battery Typebattery_type_product_specific
Lithium Battery Weight300 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB0080OY3H4
Best Sellers Rank 1,420 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight599 g
Date First Available5 May 2012
  
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Samsung's Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)-powered tablet offers a variety of Android OS features. An upgraded Android Market enables access to more than 400,000 applications which can be enjoyed across phones or tablets. Furthermore, an intuitive user interface includes the ability to swipe-control applications as well as a wholly redesigned app gallery for easier sharing of content. The OS's vastly faster performance and response times across multiple applications is further enhanced by HSPA+ 21 Mbps or WiF-i connectivity. Additionally, Android 4.0 includes a selection of embedded Google applications that enables users to quickly launch sites and applications that they use frequently; meanwhile, the innovative Face Unlock feature unlocks the tablet through unique facial recognition software.

The Galaxy Tab 2 offers users easy multimedia access, playback and sharing experiences with Samsung Hub services. Samsung's Music Hub provides a full music store solution with access to over 17 million tracks. Additionally, the Readers Hub provides the user with access to more than 2.3 million e-books, 3,500 magazines and over 2,000 newspapers in 51 languages, while the Game Hub instantly connects users to the latest game titles. Samsung is also introducing the Video Hub, which offers more than 1,000 film titles for purchase or rent, and provides reviews, trailers and recommendations for easier content selection. Complementing the Galaxy Tab 2's multimedia offering is an upgraded Touchwiz user interface that features Hub widgets for one-step access to users' content in Hubs; the device also presents S Suggest, a new service offering recommendations of apps suited to users' tastes directly on a home screen. The Galaxy Tab 2's superb multimedia experience is further boosted by Samsung's AllShare Play, a content-sharing service available on Samsung mobile devices. AllShare Play allows users to play or live-stream their multimedia content from PC's, other Samsung smart devices as well as third-party web storage. Users can also easily transfer content to other devices or directly to web services.

Connecting socially has never been easier with the Galaxy Tab 2's built-in powerful communication capabilities. With the voice call capability, the Galaxy Tab 2 can be used just as easily as a phone, affording users the handy convenience of a second device. It also allows users to spontaneously arrange multi-party video calls via Google+ hangouts, as well as engage in group chats or micro-communities to collectively chat or share content. In addition, ChatON, Samsung's cross-platform communication service, connects all phone users of any platform into a single community. ChatON uses phone numbers instead of ID and passwords, and provides easy instant messaging and group chatting in various formats (images, video, voice, contacts) to make messaging simple and intuitive.

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Galaxy Tab
Power Adapter
Data Cable
Quick Start Guide

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Customer Reviews

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243 of 258 people found the following review helpful By David C Leach on 8 Mar. 2013
Have just bought one of these tablets and I am very impressed.

I started off with a Tabtronics 7 inch tablet, bought from Amazon that I hasten to add was good value at the time and has served me well. However I found Web Browsing was virtually impossible on the single core processor, even with out apps running it was painful. In effect I had a 32 gb media centre and e book reader.

So then I was back on the Market for another tablet. I did plenty of research prior to making this second purchase.

My criteria were simple really. I wanted an open source Tablet that had to have the capability to have the storage on board enlarged by Micro SD Card. It also had to have the capability to play most popular AVI Files. I was not particularly bothered about camera quality having an HTC One X, I also had to be able to browse the Internet and tether to my HTC One X for WIFI.

I know manufacturers read reviews, so here are my reasons for dismissing out of hand some quality tablets on the Market.(And apologies for going on a bit)

I Pad /I Pad Mini. Dismissed out off hand, yes the tablet is nice and has the best retina display on the market, but it is closed source, meaning it will be virtually impossible to transfer your private collection of media to this device with out purchasing additional software. In fact pretty much everything you ever do with this device after buying will be through Apple, no thanks.

Kindle Fire HD. I like this device, but again you buy it and it is subsidised and the sole intention is to make money back from their products, there is also no S/D card slot. However they do sell a 32 gb model for storing those movies that you buy from Amazon. That will suite some people.
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64 of 68 people found the following review helpful By spikeymike on 26 Sept. 2013
An excellent tablet in every respect but one - the battery. If you are intending to use this as a replacement for a kindle, then be aware that reading a book will give you a couple of hours use. Watching a video - about the same. Even setting the screen to the dimmest possible level does not significantly improve things.
So if (like me) you were hoping to use it throughout a long-haul flight (as I do my kindle) you can forget it.
What a pity that while technology leaps ahead, batteries lag so very far behind.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By PF Cope TOP 500 REVIEWER on 6 Aug. 2013
I purchased this tablet new from a local supermarket at a price which undercut even the refurb price currently quoted.
I wanted another tablet (have an ipad) with a greater range of apps, of a fairly high quality but at a competitive price, so far this Samsung fits all of these criteria.
It will never compete with an ipad, love them or hate them, Apple really know how to make an excellent machine but they charge for the privilage and unless you 'jailbrake' it, you are forever tied to itunes. This little tablet allows me to sample the rest of the non itunes world at way less than half price, is expandable with the inclusion of a micro sd card slot and with a dual core processor and 1gb ram runs most programs with no problem. In respect of the sd card, the operating system does not allow you to save apps to it, so you will need to keep in mind good housekeeping practices, but you can use this external memory to store all your music, photos etc.
The case construction, although all plastic, is solid and the screen is fairly nicely touch sensative (but not adjustable). I have installed it in a case and used a screen protector to ensure it stays in good cosmetic condition.
In use the Tab is relatively quick, especially if you turn off any programs that are being unused. I did download a free anti virus app as none comes pre installed so this does fractionally slow it down, but better safe than sorry! As you become more use to the Tab, you may choose to replace some of the pre installed software in favour of commercially available apps from Google Playstore or Samsungs own site.
To save battery life make sure that bluetooth is turned off if not being used, and you can manually adjust screen brightness.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Stuart Hartley on 23 Sept. 2013
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I love it :) the only down side was when it came it needed to be reset to factory settings as there was not much Internal memory left so after doing this it was fine. Its so much easier than having to use my laptop all the time. The camera and music player are great and good quality. Very glad i bought it...
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mr. I. Dixon on 26 April 2013
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Recently I have been putting Samsung's tablets through their paces and the latest device I have to test is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. The 7 inch tablet ships with the Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android but when I unboxed it I was prompted to install Jelly Bean on the device.

Jelly Bean on the Tab 2 looks very similar to Jelly Bean on the 10.1 which isn't surprising as it's only really the screen size that is different from the larger tablet.

So first let's look at the specifications. The Tab 2 has a 1 GHz dual core processor, 3MP rear camera, VGA front camera, MicroSD card slot, a 1024×600 display with Samsung's TouchWiz UI. So the specs are a little on the basic side but does that impact the performance?
I have had Nexus 7 since it was launched last year which is also a 7 inch Android tablets so I have got very used to how well Android works on that form factor and is a good benchmark to compare the Tab 2 against. The Nexus 7 has a higher resolution running at 1280×800 and does have a clearer display than the Tab 2 when you compare them side by side but it's only a slight difference. When using the tablet it feels pretty snappy and doesn't seem to suffer the occasional slow down like the Nexus 7 does.

Samsung add lots of software on top of Android, they have Hubs for purchasing content. Samsung have their own stores, there is a Music Hub, Game Hub and Reader Hub as well as Samsung's own app store. Personally I would rather use Google's Play Store. As well as the standard Android apps Samsung add extra software, included with the Tab 2 is Samsung's AllShare app which is a DNLA app. With the app you can browser DNLA servers and play the content on the device.
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