Samsung 7-inch Galaxy Tab 2 price drops at Walmart

By Peter Chubb - Nov 28, 2013

Over the past few weeks and months there has been a surge in sales of older and budget tablets. There are various reasons why this is, such as people having less money to spend, but we believe it is because their prices have fallen and so allows consumers who could not afford one before the chance to own a tablet.

We have already covered a few of these older tablets, and it comes as no surprise that there has been a huge amount of interest with the Samsung 7″ Galaxy Tab 2. However, the reason for this is due to the fact that we have seen its price drop on the Walmart website to just $129.

Whenever a popular tablet is reduced by a big retailer it gets a huge amount of interest, just as the Nexus 7 did when some stores were offering a $30 discount. That price drop has now ended, although if you order a Nexus 7 through Google you will get a $25 Google Play Store credit.

Samsung 7-inch Galaxy Tab 2 price

Going back to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7-inch tablet; its specs are not anything special, but then this is what this device is all about, value for money.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7′ specs includes a 1GHz dual-core processor, 3MP rear camera, as well as a webcam, 8GB of expandable memory, and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich as standard, although there is a chance you can update this to Jelly Bean.

From the 1,924 Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7-inch reviews, 94 percent of them said they would recommend this tablet thanks to it being packed with a host of practical features that defy its price.

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  • Doro626

    These are refurbished models.

  • MeanDroid

    The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 is currently being sold with Jelly Bean preinstalled out of the box and the latest update is JB 4.2.2 making it more up to date than the Tab 3 7.0 that is stuck on JB 4.1 with no update in sight yet… The Tab 2 7.0 is undoubtedly a great value for the buck. As it is also a nice and solid product.