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Cheapest Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1-inch Price in Malaysia is RM 627.30

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1-inch is now available in Malaysia. The cheapest Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1-inch price in Malaysia is RM 627.30 from AliExpress. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1-inch price details are updated January 2019.

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Price List by Country for Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1-inch

Country International Price Price in MYR
Malaysia MYR 627.30 RM 627.00
Singapore SGD 206.70 RM 627.00
Vietnam VND 3.551.000 RM 629.00

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1-inch Specs

Screen Size 10.1"
Display Resolution 800 x 1280PX
Pixel Density 149ppi
Multi-touch Yes
Scratch Resistant Yes
Screen Technology PLS
Resolution Back 3.2MP
Auto Focus No
Resolution Front 0.3MP
Video Resolution HD
Memory Type DDR2
Battery Capacity 7000mAh
Talk Time 10h
Battery Type Li-Polymer
Processor Core Dual Core
Processor Speed 1GHz
Weight 588g
Dimensions 256.6 x 175.3 x 9.7mm
Release Year 2012
Operating System Android
DLNA Certified Yes
Connector Port USB-A 2.0
Radio No
Navigation Yes
Bluetooth Yes
4G No
3G No
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11n
Built-in Microphone Yes
Type of Speaker Stereo

Reviews of Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1-inch
Reviewed on 2012-10-01
In what may initially confuse some, Samsung recently announced the Galaxy Note 10.1 as well as the Galaxy Note II, which is due for its local launch tomorrow. In the meantime, here's our preview of the Galaxy Note 10.1.Hit the break for more!Retail box of...
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Reviewed on 2012-08-24
S Pen genuinely useful for creative-types, Clever features like Multiscreen and IR, Essentially a supersized Galaxy phone
Underwhelming screen, Creaky plastic
A touch skinnier and lighter than the iPad 3, the Note 10.1's looks will win over any long-time Samsung fans looking for a powerful Android tab. Yes, you're paying £400 for a tablet with a plastic back that does tend to creak and flex but on the plus side...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-01
Samsung has been churning out tablets after tablets over the last two years, and the MWC event saw no exception despite not holding any conference this year . The debut of two new 10.1-inch Samsung tablets will hopefully present customers with more option...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-27
I came to use the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 – 2014 Edition with some experience. It has been a while since I got the original Galaxy Note 10.1, so I was excited to see some of the changes that were to come. Samsung had quite some time to get a lot of feedbac...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-01
Charming 10.1-inch 2560×1600 display, Better proportions than previous Samsung tablets, and the textured back offers plenty to grip, A capable stylus experience, More widgets, gestures, and usage paradigms than you can shake a stick at
Janky and unresponsive UI, Faux-leather and faux-chrome are forgettable, Hard to care about the features when they either don't work well or don't add value, Benchmark optimizations are poor form...
Setting aside the question of whether Philadelphia has any good pizza for a moment, two of South Philly's most important pizza joints are Lorenzo's and Mama Palma's. Lorenzo's makes the best slice of cheese you'll find in southeastern Pennsylvania, and th...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-04
Posted in Hardware Reviews, Home Gadget Reviews, Mobile Device News, Mobile Device Reviews, News, Press Releases, Product Announcements, TabletsSamsung GALAXY Note 10.1 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., a global leader in digital media and convergence tec...
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Reviewed on 2013-04-16
Everyone has jumped into the tablet market hoping to get a small piece of the market share. But when it comes down to it, there are only a few companies that people really even think of or consider when shopping for a tablet. On that short list of androi...
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Reviewed on 2013-03-31
So we've had the Galaxy Note which was released in 2011, then the Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Note 2 released in 2012, and the Galaxy Note 8.0 coming sometime this year. At CES in January, Samsung and Verizon finally announced that the Galaxy Note 10.1 wo...
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Reviewed on 2013-02-02
As much as I love the iPad, iPhone, and iOS, I have to admit that I have become intrigued by some of the new and exciting features offered by some of the competing Android phones and tablets. I do appreciate how easy iOS is to learn, use, and set up. I st...
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Reviewed on 2013-01-07
At the pre-CES 2013 keynote press conference, Samsung announced a new version of the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, now data-capable with 4G Verizon LTE and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.My review of the Galaxy Note 10.1 was not totally positive, but considering the d...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-09
The S Pen is a lot more responsive than the one on the original Galaxy Note, Shape match function works well, features unique multitasking features, offers very fast performance, comes with plenty of apps to take advantage of the S Pen – including Adobe P...
Handwriting to text recognition still needs work, display doesn't wow us, Camera photos are just ok, no HDMI out
And hey, is white becoming the new black for tablets? Not only does the Samsung Note 10.1 remind us of the HTC Flyer because of its S Pen, but its design is pretty similar too. As a matter of fact, we're seeing a white / silver color scheme show up on mor...
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Reviewed on 2012-11-03
At first glance, the 10.1-inch version of Samsung's Galaxy Note looks a lot like the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, except that it comes equipped with an S Pen stylus. Still, this is a device that differs from the common tablet in many ways, above all, in its...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-08
The reason is simplicity. Here is a device that is bigger than a smartphone, smaller than a laptop, and brings a convenience and efficiency level somewhere in the middle.Tablets can do a lot more than smartphones, but still do not have the productivity le...
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Reviewed on 2012-10-02
The attention that Samsung has received for its Galaxy Tab line is rather mixed. Some people love them, some people hate them, but Samsung hasn't bowed out of the tablet battle just yet. Following the success of its phablet, the older brother-of-a-phone b...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-27
If you like the features on the Samsung Galaxy Note II but want them in a larger form factor, the Galaxy Note 10.1 could be the perfect device. Featuring a 1.4 GHz quad-core Exynos processor, the Note 10.1 offers a 10.1-inch display (obviously) with a 7,0...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-25
We've played with a lot of tablets this year, including hotshots like the Nexus 7, iPad 3 and the Full HD ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity and now the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has arrived on our test table. We analyzed the device and found it to have some ve...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-20
After the success of the Samsung Galaxy Note, Samsung has decided to “double down” with their stylus-powered line of product, and that’s how the Galaxy Note 10.1 was born. It brings everything that was good with the Galaxy Note smartphone into a 10.1 t...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-18
Nice, big screen, Front firing speakers let you hear your content without blasting it to everyone around you, Multi Screen lets you run have multiple apps open on the screen at the same time, though few apps support this feature, Battery life is nothing...
Volume button is “upside down” when the tablet is in portrait, Screen gets “oily” and shows “stylus trails”, Build quality is lacking, creaks and squeaks aren't uncommon, S Note app has potential, but doesn't live up to our stylus-friendly expectations...
Despite the iPad having been on the market for some time now, tablets in general are on the cusp of an evolution. They're trying to find out just how big their screens should be, how thick or thin they should be, and how the user interface should work. An...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-12
Samsung has a bonafide steroid-infused tablet with the intriguing S-Pen to compete with the iPad but does it fall slightly short or make this the "rebel" device to mess with the Empire? ...
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Reviewed on 2012-09-07
Design The two tablets, besides their suspiciously similar rectangular shapes with rounded corners and identical black and white colour options, couldn't be any more different in terms of design. The new Apple Ipad is crafted from weighty aluminium, while...
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