Samsung have just taken the invisible robe off their just-announced Galaxy Tab 2 range, which includes both a 7.0- and 10.1-inch model. The Galaxy Tab 2 tablets sport Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and are both available in 3G and Wi-Fi models.
Both tablets feature 1GHz dual-core processors, 1GB of RAM and while the 7.0-inch models only has a 1024x600 display, the 10.1-incher sports a 1280x800-pixel screen. Both tablets feature a 3-megapixel rear-facing cam, a VGA front-facer, and the 10.1-inch model features a great 7,000mAh battery (up from the 4,000mAh battery in the 7.0).
Both models come in either 16 or 32GB, and can be upgraded with the usual microSD slot. Samsung plan on putting these on retail shelves in the UK in March, and everywhere else shortly after (hopefully).
To tell you the truth, I'm not impressed with this. I thought Samsung's next tablet release would've reached for the stars (pun intended) and thrown in a quad-core processor, and 2560x1440 (or so) display. I'm a little disappointed, actually.