Verizon and Samsung have jointly announced the Friday launch of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Android tablet for $349.99 outright without an agreement with Android 4.0, rear main 3.2-megapixel and front VGA cameras, a 1.2GHz dual-core Exynos processor and 8GB of built-in memory with microSD slot, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi along with built-in LTE radio. The rest of the specifications center on a 1280×800 resolution display and Samsung’s new SAFE business/enterprise support for seamless integration within corporate environments with the following features:
* Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) – Microsoft Exchange Server support enabling push email, calendar and contacts
* VPN and MDM support fromVPN protocol developers to help customers efficiently tap into VPN networks, and MDM capabilities that allow IT departments to effectively safeguard employees’ mobile devices and corporate data
* On Device Encryption – SAFE helps prevent unauthorized access to mobile data by leveraging the AES 256-bit encryption standard, encrypting all data, including app-specific internal data and internal/external memory.