The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 is on its way to Vodafone, an update on the carrier’s Facebook page has hinted.
Samsung is expected to lift the lid on the Honeycomb powered follow up to the Tab at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) this month, along with the Galaxy S2 and a host of cheaper Galaxy-branded handsets.
UK carriers for the slate have yet to be confirmed. However, in a post on its Facebook site Vodafone links to a preview video of Honeycomb, plus an op ed-cum-news piece that questions whether the Tab 2 will feature the tablet optimised iteration of the OS out of the box.
In the spirit of market-research, the Voda update also quizzes followers on whether they’re planning to get an Android tablet in 2011. That suggests to us - and the good coves at Cnet - that the network is keen to gauge demand ahead of its expected appearance later in the year.
Whether the Tab will indeed ship with Honeycomb on board is still up for debate, as are the slate’s specs. However, leaks suggest we’re in for a device packing a seven-inch SuperAMOLED screen, dual snappers and a dual core Nvidia Tegra 2 processor.
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