It was back in 2014 that Samsung redefined as to how many pixels can be crammed into a 10-inch device through its Galaxy Tab S and now, they have decided to come up with a thinner and lighter version of the same.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 (as it has been named) will come in two sizes – a smaller 8-inch model and a 9.7-inch version, the latter clearly smaller than the original Galaxy Tab S, which featured a 10.5-inch screen.
Here’s a quick rundown of the basic specs of the upcoming Tab S2 device –
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 sports a Super AMOLED display offering 1536 x 2048 pixels screen resolution, 3 GB RAM, 32/ 64 GB internal memory and a Micro-SD card slot for memory expansion. The tablet will feature an Octa-Core processor, with one Quad-Core clocking 1.9 GHz and the other 1.3 GHz. It will run on Android v5.0 Lollipop OS underneath the company’s own TouchWiz UI.
As mentioned, the Galaxy Tab S2 will sport a thinner and lighter metal build. While we do not know much about the camera on the tablet, both sizes of the same will support LTE and Wi-Fi connectivity.
It will be launched sometime in August.