As we know, the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 release date for Sprint is being prepared, meaning that Samsung is planning to launch the device through several US carriers during the next few weeks, or months depending on the retails future plans. Of course T-Mobile couldn’t be left aside, the first info about the Tab 2 10.1 future availability in TMO stores being leaked, though nothing is official, at least not for now.
According to our sources, it seems that the recently spotted rumors are giving some clues about the T-Mobile Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 release date which will apparently be on November 7th, a sooner event being out of question. So, if you want to get this tablet, then you must wait just a little bit longer, or of course, check the other offers too; as mentioned Sprint is also ready to provide the Tab 2 device (unfortunately without 4G support).
The T-Mobile Tab 2 10.1 future price tag hasn’t been yet provided, but if we take a look over the markets where the tablet is being available we can easily notice that the device will cost you somewhere above $300. It’s a fair price if you ask me, the Tab 2 being a highly appreciated Android based tablet with decent to high end specs and features.
For those who don’t know, the handset is coming with a large 10.1? WXGA 1280×800 PLS TFT display, 1 GB of RAM memory, 16 or 32 GB of internal storage memory (the price will depend on the version you will choose), a relatively poor 3 MP camera on the back, a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor and a 7,000mAh battery. Unfortunately, the Tab 2 is featuring the Ice Cream Sandwich OS and not the latest Android platform. But, this aspect shouldn’t count too much as a future Jelly Bean update is being expected.
So, there you have it guys. That was all we could find so far, thought you should stay close to us as the official T-Mobile press release is being expected. We will update you with the same, along with other details related to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, but until then feel free and share your thoughts with us by using the comments area from below.