Attention, Samsung fans! The next iteration of your favorite tablet will be delayed until the end of April, according to Computer World. Both models (7-inch and 10.1-inch) of the next-gen Galaxy Tabs are affected, but will be available in the U.K. by the end of this month. We were hoping that it would get to Philippine shores sooner because let's face it, we're a lot closer to Samsung's home base of South Korea.
The U.K. was supposed to get a first look at the two tablets before the rest of the world last month, but Sammy pushed the dates back. The reason? Ice Cream Sandwich. Time and again Android 4.0 has proved that it's taking its sweet time to get to devices and that isn't making many Google partners and by implication, consumers, happy. Currently, the two manufacturers rolling out the update are HTC for the Sensation series and Samsung for its Galaxy S II.
Check out the gallery below for photos of the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1