Samsung recently announced the launch of her new Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 globally. The new Galaxy Tab S2 is the thinnest and lightest metal tablet of its size in the market.
This new device promises to arrive in two versions, the 9.7 inch and a smaller 8 inch version. Both versions will measure just about 5.6mm in thickness and weigh about 0.85 pounds and 0.58 pounds respectively making it thinner and lighter than the iPad Air 2.
Samsung is pushing the tablet’s Super AMOLED display that they claim has been specifically designed for reading content “by recreating the same viewing experience of browsing through traditional print media.”
Also included is a Reading Mode that would make reading on the Galaxy Tab S2 easier by adjusting the screen’s brightness level.
The Galaxy Tab S2 is set to come with Microsoft Office Solutions pre-installed and two years of Cloud Drive for free. That sounds like some great feature, right?
Both versions of the Samsung Galaxy S2 tablet will run Android 5.0 Lollipop O.S, have Quad 1.9GHz and Quad 1.3GHz Octacore processors, and 3GB of RAM. But there will be some other options to choose from if you are in the market to buy one.
Customers will have an option to choose between a device with 32GB or 64GB of internal memory, though both versions include MicroSD support up to 128GB. Samsung also claims that the new tablet will come in Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi plus LTE options from which potential customers can choose.
There were no specific details on pricing and release date. Samsung only mentioned that the Galaxy Tab S2 will hit global markets starting sometime in August this year. All you need to do is get to work and save up some money while you keep your fingers crossed awaiting the arrival of the new Samsung Galaxy S2 Tab.