Samsung announces Galaxy Tab 2 and Galaxy Player for the US Market

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What processor being used in Samsung's Galaxy Tab 2? Is it the Galaxy Player is supported by Adobe Flash?

And what version?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #136324

Samsung announces Galaxy Tab 2 and Galaxy Player for the US Market


Hello Beeky Kaitlyn,

The Samsung Galaxy tab 2 is running on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system which is the latest version of Android platform for tablets and phones and runs on 1 GHz dual-core processor.

Adobe Flash Player 11.1 is compatible with Samsung Galaxy tab 2 and is available for download at Google play for you to have more interactive experience.

You would be able to view web contents like you are using your personal computer. Other things like viewing videos and simple document editing are also easily performed with this new product.

The difference of it from the previous mobile devices is the AllShare Play feature wherein you can stream media to the Samsung Galaxy tab 2 from your personal computer, cloud drive or another Samsung Smartphone.

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Samsung announces Galaxy Tab 2 and Galaxy Player for the US Market


The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 was announced in February of 2012 and was released in April of that same year. It operates on 2G and 3G networks while 4G is not yet supported. It measures 193.7 x 122.4 x 10.5 millimeters and weighs 345 grams.

It has a PLS LCD capacitive touchscreen display with 16 million colors and 600 x 1024 pixels screen resolution.

It has a built-in 1 GB RAM and a microSD slot that is expandable up to 32 GB. For the Bluetooth, it supports v3.0 with A2DP and HS. It supports v2.0 USB On-the-go. It runs on Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich [ICS] and can be upgraded up to 4.1.1 Jelly Bean. It runs on TI OMAP 4430 chipset with a dual-core 1 GHz CPU and PowerVR SGX540 GPU.

It is also integrated with different sensors like gyro, accelerometer, compass, and proximity. For its internet browsing capability, it supports HTML5 and Adobe Flash. It doesn’t have a built-in radio but it does have a GPS with A-GPS support and GLONASS. It can also run Java applications using its Java MIDP emulator.

It has a standby time of up to 1,190 hours via 2G and up to 1,080 hours when in 3G. Talk time is around 40 hours on 2G and 20 hours when in 3G. The price is around 220 Euros.

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