Samsung’s Galaxy Tab family of tablets has been a fairly successful one from an Android viewpoint, to the point where the company has made numerous varieties of the devices. Among them are 7-inch and 10-inch varieties of various lines, including Note- and Tab-branded models.
Today, I was fortunate enough to receive a Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 with Sprint connectivity to review. If you need a refresher, the specs are as follows: 10.1-inch 1280 x 800 screen, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 8GB of storage (in my unit), and 1GB of RAM.
My full review will come much later, but for now, I thought I’d write up an unboxing post.
The presentation of the tablet is fairly normal for a Samsung device: the device is on top, while the cables and unneeded reading materials are below.
Finally, here’s the rest of the packaging and the rest of what you get inside the box. There’s a proprietary-to-USB cable, a wall charger, the US wall plugin, a useless quick start guide, and that’s it. It’s a fairly uncomplicated box set up, but that’s how I like it.
Tune in soon to read my full review of Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1. Until then, feel free to ask me any questions in the comments below and I will answer them in a few weeks’ time.