CPU: 1 Ghz
Storage: 8/16/32 GB
OS: Android 4.0.3
The build of the device feels way better than what I have seen in this price range. It has a grey plastic, matte finish, which is nice. It is really slim at 10.5 mm and is relatively light at 346 gm. Its rear houses the 3.15 MP camera without a flash and it take pretty good images. The front of the device has a VGA camera for video calling.
The video playback and color representation on the display is nice and vibrant really good. I do wish its resolution was higher at around 1280x800. Although the device didn’t play MOV files straight out of the box, MP4 files ran smoothly. The dual core processors add to the smoothness of the device andmultitasking is good. Games and apps ran very smoothly too. The keyboard has support to QWERTY layout with the greatest addition being that the numbers 1 to 9 and 0 rest in the first line, finally!!!
The device has a SIM card slot enabling it to make calls as well using it for 3G data transfer.
Overall, the Tab 2 hits the sweet spot between budget tablets and the iPad. The features and specs are excellent value for money and it is overall better performer than Sony Tablet S.
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