Samsung announces Galaxy Tab S, with super AMOLED display

Samsung gets deep into the game with the announcement of two new tablets in their galaxy line, dubbed the Galaxy Tab S.


Samsung’s two upcoming tablets, a pair of 8.4-inch and 10.5-inch sets of the Galaxy Tab S family, will both count with Super AMOLED screens and WQXGA displays, making them some of the most vibrant and powerful tabs in their price range. These screens with adaptive display technology are claimed to be 40 percent less reflective than regular LCD screens, which makes them perfect for indoor or outdoors use.

Boasting a thickness of only 6.6 mm and running Android 4.4 (KitKat), these tabs are meant to provide 11 hours of battery life, along with functionalities such as a fingerprint scanner and special, dedicated content celebrating today’s FIFA World Cup kickoff. Both models will ship in July in both the US and Europe, and retail at $399 for the 8.4-inch and $499 for 10.5-inch model.

Source: TNW

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