Samsung Galaxy Tab S2: Full Spec Sheet Allegedly Leaked Online

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Some recent rumours suggested that Samsung would launch its new range of tablet range (dubbed, "Galaxy Tab S2") in the first half of 2015.

Even though Samsung has yet to confirm the information, it's almost certain that the South Korean tech giant will certainly announce its updated Galaxy Tab S2 range.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S2: Full Spec Sheet Allegedly Leaked Online

 

According to a recent report, Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 will arrive in 8-inch and 9.7-inch screen sizes. Furthermore, the folks over at SamMobile claim to have in their possession the complete list of the upcoming Galaxy Tab S2 range.

Both the tablets will still come with Super AMOLED displays with a 4:3 aspect ratios, but with a slightly lower resolution. The report further says the tablets will sport a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels instead of the 2,560 by 1,600 pixels.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 are expected to come with a Exynos 5433 processor but there's a major possibility of Samsung bumping it to Exynos 7420 with Cat 6.LTE support. That's quite evident, given the fact that Samsung recently confirmed the Exynos 7420 with Cat 6. LTE support.

Other specifications include 8MP rear facing camera, 2.1MP front-facing camera, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and an expandable storage.

Notably, the purported 8-inch model is expected to come with a 3,580 mAh battery, while the 9.7-inch version will feature a slightly bigger 5,870 mAh battery.

We can't wait to see Samsung's Galaxy Tab S2 lineup.

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