Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 believed to be launch on September his year. It comes in two variants, one with 8.0 inches of display and another with 9.7 inches.
“The Galaxy Tab S2 is not only our thinnest and lightest tablet of its size ever, it also gives users quick, easy access to a wealth of superior viewing and productivity features,” said JK Shin, CEO and President of IT & Mobile Division at Samsung Electronics. “We believe the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is the most complete personal visual device designed for consumers to carry and use anywhere.”
The new tab is with screen resolution of 2048×1536, few pixels less than the last year’s tab. however Samsung has swithced to ascpect ratio 4:3 display for both the variants. Tab is 5.6mm thin and weighs 396 grams(9.7 inches), 265 grams(8.0 inches). It comes with Super AMOLED Display which provides an amazing viewing experience no matter you are surfing, watching movie or playing a game.
The Tab is powered by an octa core Exynos processor, with an year old SoC powering similar to that in Note 4. Tab boasts a design similar to that of the Galaxy S5, especially with its plastic textured back plate. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 will come in a variety of connectivity, storage and size options: 9.7-inch and 8.0-inch versions with Wi-Fi, or Wi-Fi and LTE, available in 32 or 64GB with MicroSD up to 128GB. It comes with Android Lollipop(v5.0). Both the variants has 8MPAF rear camera and 2.1 MP front camera. In case of battery 9.7 inches variant comes with a 5,870 mAh while 8.0inches comes with 4,000 mAh of battery.
Multi window, which users have enjoyed on Samsung phones for a few years now comes into its own on a larger display particularly one with a 4:3 aspect ratio. The recent apps UI makes it easy to split the screen between two apps, and supported apps can also be minimized down to a floating window by swiping in from one of the top corners. While users are still limited to a small subset of apps, this is probably the closest thing the Tab S2 has to a killer app. It’s taken Samsung a while to work out a decent UI for its multitasking setup, but what it’s arrived at is pretty solid, and it works really well on a big screen.