I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Buying a dual core device at this time probably isn’t the best idea, knowing quad core devices are just around the corner. Samsung seems to be on the same page.
Production of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 has been delayed as manufacturing changes are being made to include a quad-core CPU. The chip is being referenced with the codename “Espresso.” It’s unclear if the chip has anything to do with the upcoming Exynos 4412 platform developed by the Korean mobile maker. Rumors also place the Exynos chip in the revamped Galaxy Note 10.1, which has reportedly been delayed until June to accommodate the switch.
The latest rumours around the internet seems to indicate Samsung plans to show off the faster speeds of the Galaxy Tab 2 and Galaxy Note 10.1 alongside the unveiling of the Galaxy S III during a press event to be held in London on May 3rd, but until then, who know what will happen.
It’s hard to tell which tablet is going to end up victorious in this matchup. The tried tested and true Galaxy Tab 2, or the new Galaxy Note 10.1 in the spotlight with the magic wand (S-Pen)