Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7 inch GT-P3100
The Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 measures up at 193mm x 122mm x 10.4mm (7.6in x 4.8in x .41in). The 7-inch TFT display on the Tab 2 7.0 offers users 1024 x 600 pixels of resolution. The 7.0 does feature a microphone and speaker, as well as a forward-facing camera, which make it ideal for use with VoIP applications like Skype, it also features USB connectivity through its proprietary 30-pin Samsung connector.
Decent display and all the Android tablet trimmings at a budget price.
Has infrared port.
VERSATILITY, with a wide variety of home theater-friendly applications, and beyond.
Front and rear-facing cameras.
MicroSD card slot.
Good sound recording.
Free 50GB of Dropbox storage for one year.
Small internal storage.
Not very fast speed.
Same old TouchWiz UX experience.
Not so great with its still shots.
Slow startup time.
No 4G connectvity option (yet).
The 3MP digital camera around back, not far from the headphone port.
Awkward reliance on adapters.
Less-than-stellar battery life
Average, aging components.
Low resolution screen.
Speakers easily muffled.
AllShare is complicated offers poor performance.
Not as easy to use as Kindle Fire
By TechSpot on April 18, 2012
This new Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is an absolute steal for $249.99 - and I say that as a Kindle Fire owner. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich might not be as simple to use as Amazon's own user interface...80
By Whathifi.com on September 12, 2013
The Tab 2 7.0 doesn't do much wrong, but neither does it do enough to stand out. And, like the Note 10.1, it leaves us feeling just a little disappointed. MORE: Best tablets to buy in 2013 See all our tablet reviews Follow whathifi.com on...60
By NotebookCheck on August 05, 2013
The last generation of the Galaxy Tab 7.0 was priced at 429 Euros. Now Samsung wants less than half of that for the third generation. But at all corners and ends we see that the Korean manufacturer has taken the route of lower prices reluctantly and...82
By 5FWD on December 31, 2012
Samsung kickstarted the seven inch tablet trend more than two years ago with the very first Galaxy Tab, and now it's back to try again, with a souped up model running a more up to date version of Android. But can it keep up with the tough...60
By 3dGameMan on December 13, 2012
Video Review: The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7" Tablet might not be the faster or have the best screen resolution compared to more expensive 7" tablets, but it has a lot going for it. It sets itself apart from others because it's affordable, comes with...-
By The Inquirer on October 09, 2012
However, retailing for the same modest £200 as the Google Nexus 7, we found ourselves asking, what features does the Tab 2 7.0 have to differentiate itself from Google's tablet? Design and buildVisually the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 looks similar to the...60
By Computeractive on October 09, 2012
Small 7in Android tablets are a good alternative to larger 10in models and the awkwardly-named Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is one of the newest 7in tablets on the market.Samsung's tablet is nicely built and feels very sturdy, especially when compared...-
By V3.co.uk on September 26, 2012
An average 7in tablet, where slow performance offers users little incentive to choose it over the Nexus...60
By CNET Australia on September 12, 2012
Though the core elements of this tablet are fine, there is no compelling reason to choose this tablet over the many others in this fast-growing...68
By Mobile88 on September 11, 2012
A good effort by Samsung in releasing a device targeted at the budget crowd, as it comes with the full features that you would usually find in higher-end devices - definitely one to consider if you are considering tablets in the 7-inch range....-