Wednesday , June 20 2018

What we know about the Galaxy S 2 and Galaxy Tab 2

We do know the Galaxy S 2 and Galaxy Tab 2 are coming, what we’re not 100% sure of are their specs. So what we’ve done below is put together all the specs that are currently floating around the intertubes, both confirmed and rumoured, because we all love a good rumour! So take some of the specs listed in this post with a grain of salt, but we can always dream. Hit the break to get into it.

Samsung Galaxy S 2 – Specs

  • Android 2.3
  • 4.3″ (800×480) Super AMOLED Plus (+) Display w/ Gorilla Glass
  • 1GHz Samsung Orion Dual-Core CPU
  • 8MP Camera w/ Flash (1080p Video Recording)
  • 1.3MP Front-facing Camera
  • HSPA+ (14Mbps / 5.76Mbps) 900/1900/2100MHz
  • WiFi b/g/n
  • DLNA, Bluetooth 3.0
  • 1GB RAM / 16GB Storage

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 – Specs

These specs seem absolutely outrageous to the point where we don’t believe a word, but hey, who knows what could happen.

  • Android 3.0
  • 7″ (2048×1200) Super AMOLED Plus (+) Display w/ Gorilla Glass – Will be 3D capable
  • 1Ghz NVIDIA Tegra 2 Dual-Core CPU
  • 8MP Camera w/ Dual LED Flash (1080p Video Recording)
  • 3MP Front-facing Camera
  • HSPA on unknown bands
  • WiFi b/g/n
  • DLNA, USB 2.0, Bluetooth 3.0
  • 1GB RAM / 64GB Storage

Oh please let these pan out, please! If only MWC was a little closer than 2 week away..

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denzmatic
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Is there any chance that render is way off? I saw two korean guys with multiple phones making notes today at Melbourne Central. One of the phones had a flat edge like the iphone4 but was clearly branded Samsung. The phones also had other stickers on. The guys were swapping sims (multiple carriers) and placing calls between the phones. Any chance they’d be testing the S2 here? Or did I just stumble across a couple of weirdos?

Buzz Moody
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Could be, it’s a very old render in terms of how quick rumours change on the internets.

There’s every chance in the world that they could gave been testing the S 2, I mean, they were testing the Galaxy Tab in Sydney well before launch, see here: http://ausdroid.net/2010/08/24/samsung-galaxy-tablet-spied-videoed-on-a-sydney-train/

Egon
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Egon

Is that Galaxy S2 an official Samsung render or not? ‘Cos it looks sexy

Buzz Moody
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It was one leaked a fair while ago, yes.

beetle
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I need the S 2. But why 2.3 on the phone and 3.0 on the tab?

Dylan
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Dylan

Orion, great name, it’s also the name of one of my favourite Metallica songs 😀

Buzz Moody
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I think you should get a Galaxy S 2, just for that reason alone.

Adrian O
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Adrian O

Google should have waited to put the dual core CPU in the Nexus S. That would make people and developers want to upgrade there N1’s

Buzz Moody
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Yeah, I’m not sure what they were trying to pull off with the Nexus S

Lucas Burnett
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Google always commissions dev phones for major releases, the G1/Dream – Android 1.0, Ion/Magic (i think it was a magic) – Android 1.6, Nexus One – 2.1 and Nexus S – 2.3 Im pretty sure that roadmap is right, correct me if im wrong

Buzz Moody
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Yeah I understand that. But the Nexus S is shit-house given what its meant to represent. The Nexus One could hold its own, the Nexus S I don’t think can.

Dylan
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Dylan

If they released a dual core phone for gingerbread, what would be released next? honeycomb is supposedly coming out really soon, and dual cores are the best we have atm

Angelo Giuffrida
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Angelo Giuffrida

I want 850Mhz support on the Galaxy S 2. 🙁

Buzz Moody
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No doubt that’ll come later, seeing as though that’s what happened with the Galaxy S.

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