Samsung is all set to step out of its comfort zone with new premium tablets, likely to be known as Galaxy Tab S series. Although earlier this year Samsung introduced the Galaxy Tab Pro lineup, however, it didn't help the company in stopping Apple's growing dominance in the tablet market.
Samsung has now posted the teaser video for an event on June 12, hinting at a possible launch of its new tablet range. The epic event has been titled ‘Samsung Galaxy Premier ‘and is going to take place at the Madison Square Garden in New York City.
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Tab S series will reportedly be inspired by Samsung Galaxy S5. The Galaxy Tab S tablets will feature high-resolution AMOLED displays and will be available in two screen sizes (10.5 "and 8.4").
There have been many leaks concerning the rumored Galaxy Tab S series, such as high-definition screens, updated design, and pretty much anything else you could imagine.
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On the basis of several leaks surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Tab S, we've been able to compile important rumors you should know about the new tablet range. Dive in, and take a closer look at the Galaxy Tab S.
The upcoming Galaxy Tab S (series) won't look different from the Galaxy S5. It seems that the rear-side of the device will feature same plastic design as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4. Reportedly, the new tab series will be slightly better looking compared to other Samsung-made tablets. The tablet will be both thin and light, coming in at 6mm and 465g.
Interestingly, Samsung will release the Tab S range in two screen sizes, the 10.5-inch and the other with the 8.4-inch. Just for the reminder, Samsung first announced the Galaxy Tab 7.7 with AMOLED screen. Now after years of R&D, Samsung is once again making an 8-inch AMOLED tablet. Both the tablets (10.5 "and 8.4 ") will sport resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixel displays, surpassing the Apple iPad Air.
The Galaxy Tab S will sport four 1.9GHz Cortex-A15 cores and four 1.3GHz Cortex-A7 cores, coupled with 3GB of RAM, a 7,900mAh battery and 16gb/32gb/64GB of internal memory, which can be later expanded up to 128GB via a microSD card slot. These above mentioned specs should be able to handle day-to-day work. On the imaging side, you'll get to see an 8MP rear-facing camera, and a 2.1MP front-facing shooter.
In a report by Sam Mobile, the Galaxy Tab S series will run on Android 4.4.2 KitKat out-of-the-box with Samsung's new Magazine UX slapped on top. That's not all, the new tab series might sport the fingerprint scanner and the Ultra Power Saving Mode that first made an appearance on the S5.
According to a new leak by @evleaks one should expect to be able to grab a Galaxy Tab S from an unnamed retailer as early as next Friday, 6/13/14. No update in respect to pricing yet.