A few days ago we heard that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1’s specs and release date were very much up in the air, and now we’re hearing much the same thing about its tablet bro.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 will be delayed, but with good reason. See, it’s now expected to ship with a quad-core processor. Huzzah!
Till now, the Samsung Galaxy Tabs have adopted dual-core Tegra 2 or Texas Instruments OMAP4 processors, but this latest chap is tipped for quad-core Exynos goodness.
There’s no word on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, but it's thought that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 will also get a quad-core Exynos upgrade. That’d be quite delicious.
Samsung has been quite open about its “one size does not fit all” policy, releasing various Galaxy Tabs over the years in 7, 7.7, 8.9 and 10.1in flavours.
Good news about the Exynos quad-core action, no doubt, but I’m still not entirely sure why anyone would opt for a Galaxy Tab over the iPad. Just saying. Punch me with a comment if I'm outta line.