Samsung's Galaxy Tab 10.1 gets a slight performance downgrade and a decent price.
SAN FRANCISCO--The announcement that Samsung's follow-up to its Galaxy Tab 10.1 would be receiving some downgrades from the previous entry, filled with a mixture confusion and disappointment.
I just couldn't wrap my head around why the sequel to one of the premiere Android tablets would launch with a less impressive spec list than its predecessor.
Today, Samsung revealed that the Tab 2 10.1 would be released on May 13th for $400. That's $100 lower than the original Tab 10.1's list price and it fills the logic hole I believe Samsung was falling into, I'm still not 100 percent on board.
I'll get to that later though. First let's address the details of my initial disappointment.