It’s been awhile since we’ve heard anything about the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, the lackluster sequel to the original Galaxy Tab 10.1. It hits the news once again today as Samsung and AT&T have announced that they will be bringing the tablet to Ma Bell’s 4G LTE network on November 9th. It’s a little too late at this point, but AT&T might be able to squeeze in a few sales. As a quick refresher, the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 features a 1GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, a 3MP camera and Android 4.0.
As for price, this tablet is on the steep end at $500 outright. That means it doesn’t require a contract, and AT&T’s monthly tablet data plans will work for it. AT&T is sweetening the deal, as they will offer a $100 discount on the tablet to anyone who purchases a current-gen Samsung phone with two-year contract from them. Anyone who purchases a device like the Galaxy S III, Note 2 or even the Windows Phone 8 ATIV qualifies.
Anyone interested in getting a Tab 2 10.1 from AT&T at this point?