Yesterday at the Galaxy Premium Event in the NewYork City, Samsung unveiled its new high-end Android Tablet – The Galaxy Tab S.
The new Samsung Galaxy Tab S tablet comes in two screen sizes – 8.4 and 10.5 inch and use SuperAMOLED displays. Being just 6.6mm thin with a high-resolution WQXGA SuperAMOLED display at 2560×1600 pixels, the 8.4 inch tablet weighs 294 grams and the 10.5 inch tablet weighs 465 grams. Like the Samsung Galaxy S5, these two tablets from the Samsung Galaxy Tab S line also have a Adaptive Display for convenient viewing in different lighting situations.
The 8.4 inch Samsung Galaxy Tab S will have a battery of 4900mAh and the 10.5 inch tablet will have a 7900mAh battery. The tablets offer more than 11 hours of 1080p video playback with a single charge, says Samsung. These tablets also have the finger print scan recognition like the Samsung Galaxy S5 and this finger print recognition feature allows 8 people onto a device.
On the Connectivity aspect, the global cellular version of the Galaxy Tab S will allow calls and SMS and also include a new SideSync feature that allows a paired Samsung phone to receive calls and also transfer files between them.
The Wifi model of the Samsung Galaxy Tab s in both sizes will be available in the U.S from July this year whereas the cellular version will be released sometime later. The 8.4 inch Tab S will cost $399 while the 10.5 inch Tab S will come for $499.
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