Samsung launches Galaxy Tab S to compete with Apple iPad
Samsung introduced its new Galaxy Tab S, a tablet with impressive resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels. According to experts, this product is the top Android tablet market, and is expected to compete with the Apple iPad.
The company submitted two versions of 8.4 and 10.5 inches, both with spectacular Super AMOLED screen that allows improved color reproduction, with 6.6 millimeters thick. The weight of the device is 298 and 497 grams respectively.
The Galaxy Tab S has several hardware connections, but mainly stands WiFi AC MiMo connectivity, the faster that we can currently find on the market. The battery is a 4,900 mAh for the 8.4-inch model and a 7,900 mAh for the 1.5 model. According to Samsung, the use is about 11 hours with 1080 p video playback.
Storage memory is 16 or 32 GB, but there is a MicroSD card slot up to 128 GB. RAM is 3GB. In addition, there will be two variants of tablet, one with Exynos 5 processor, and the other with Snapdragon 800.
The device will have a Android 4.4 version, and allow the use of up to eight different profiles. Finally, have a 2.1 front camera and an 8 megapixel camera on the back. Tablet is expected to go on sale in June, and it has a cost of $399 for the 8.4-inch version of the Tab S (with WiFi and 16GB), and the 10.5-inch screen would be 499 dollars.