Samsung decided that the time for Galaxy Tab 2 release date isn't quite here and that a more cautious approach will be better suited for the UK markets. Both, 7.0 and 10.1 versions of Galaxy Tab 2, have had the release dates postponed because Samsung needs to complete work on the Android Ice Cream Sandwich version final details which require better optimization.

Both editions should be released at the end of April and the first stores to sell them will be based in the United Kingdom, while all the other global markets should start selling both Galaxy Tab 2 version afterwards. Samsung announced that these devices will be packing the Android Ice Cream Sandwich and that's the main reason why they decided that it would be better if a few weeks of extra testing and that means that they can release a finished product and not some bug-filled device.

This delay isn't the first one for the Galaxy Tab 2 devices, as previously Samsung decided to postpone this device because they had to work on other devices running ICS and upgrades for the already released devices. Also, another device that has suffered a setback was the Galaxy Note which had the firmware update to ICS delayed for the second quarter of 2012, despite the fact that previously Samsung announced it for the 1st quarter.

Along with the Galaxy Tab 2 upgrading to ICS there are other deviecs also, such as the Galaxy S2 LTE, Galaxy R, Galaxy Tab Plus 7.0, 7.7, 8.9, LTE and the 10.1 editions. The Galaxy Tab 2 7.0-inch screen and 10.1 inch screen have support for 3G and Wi-Fi. Both are very similar when it comes to hardware parts like the 1GHz dual core CPU, two video and photo camera, internal memory supported up to 32GB and it also offers users the possibility to add extra storage using the MicroSD card slot.

Hopefully, in the next few days, there will be added some new info regarding the exact official release date for the Galaxy Tab 2 versions 7.0 and 10.1 and we will be able to offer more details about the ICS or any other applications that will come as stock. In case you have any extra info or any tip or trick regarding the above Android devices then please feel free to let us know by posting in our comments section.

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