We all know on the 8th of June the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 will be hitting markets. Samsung has also stated they are in no mood to test the patience of eager tablet enthusiasts and have announced they will stick to the June 8 launch schedule. In lieu of that, preparations also seem to be gaining pace with the usual round of leaks and rumors.
The latest Verizon inventory leak that perhaps is a pointer of the Samsung 10.1 inch tablet to partner Verizon when it eventually reaches markets. So while the Galaxy Tab will ride on Verizon’s 4G LTE network, the screen shots also reveal the Samsung tablet running Honeycomb to be available in both white and black color options.
All of these emanate from the Verizon screen shots that reveal just the model number and memory size options of 16 and 32 GB. The model number mentioned is SCH-1905 which is in line with the typical Samsung numbering scheme, leading to speculations that it is the Samsung 10.1 inch tablet that is being talked about.
Of course, we will have greater clarity in it all as we approach June 8.
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