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First Look: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 4G LTE tablet asks a high price for fast cellular speeds

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First Look: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 4G LTE tablet asks a high price for fast cellular speeds

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The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 4G LTE tablet is the cellular version of the Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 released earlier in 2012.

-- And -- guys Eric Franklin here today I'm taking a first look at -- Samsung Galaxy Tab 27 point 04 GL TE Verizon Wireless version. This is pretty much the same as the -- fibers and release a few months ago. It's still has a micro as the slot supporting up to 64 gigabytes of storage cards. There's now a sim card right here. There's 83 point two megapixel back camera in it VGA front facing camera. And there's an IR blaster right here for remote control. The tablet runs Android four point 2.4. With Samsung's TouchWiz U lie on top of it. The -- now sports a textured backside. And of course there -- four GL TE speeds. But what he's been -- this -- is what -- seen on other Verizon four GL TE devices. The price is 100 dollars more than a Wi-Fi version that's 350 dollars now. However there's no two year contract -- rising got rid of there tablet subsidies. This is still -- Would be best seven inch tablets out there. It can't compare at the nexus seven as far as processor speed and screen resolution -- But it does have dual cameras memory expansion and of course four GL TE speeds. However you will pay 150 dollars and more for this one over the next seven. More information to -- a full review at cnet.com. Once again I'm Eric Franklin and this has been the first look at Samsung Galaxy Tab 27 point 04 GL TE Verizon Wireless -- -- -- --

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