A few days after Samsung unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Tab S several retailers are starting to add more excitement as they begin taking pre-orders of the tablets.
For those who are in the UK, you are lucky as PC World has started taking pre-orders – the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.4 16GB for ?329.99 price tag and the Galaxy Tab 10.5 for ?419.99.
Reports say that Samsung Galaxy Tab S will be available on retail shelves on July 5th. Aside from the UK, the tablets are being offered for pre-orders in the US and Canada.
SAMSUNG GALAXY TAB S 10.5-INCH AND 8.4-INCH
Samsung unveiled the two versions of Galaxy Tab S ? the 10.5-inch and 8.4-inch just last week.
“The tablet is becoming a popular personal viewing device for enjoying content, which makes the quality of the display a critical feature,? said JK Shin, CEO and President of IT & Mobile Division, Samsung Electronics. ?With the launch of the Galaxy Tab S, Samsung is setting the industry bar higher for the entire mobile industry. It will provide consumers with a visual and entertainment experience that brings colors to life, beautifully packaged in a sleek and ultra-portable mobile device.?
Samsung Galaxy Tab S is Samsung’s thinnest and lightest tablet yet – the next generation in mobile technology. The super AMOLED tablet combines the most advanced display technology with a full range of premium content for an unrivalled entertainment experience.
Both versions of Galaxy Tab S come with a WQXGA (2560×1600, 16:10) Super AMOLED display, and come with Exynos 5 Octa (1.9 GHz QuadCore ? 1.3 GHz Quadcore) or Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 2.3 GHz Quadcore processor with 3GB of RAM and 32GB internal storage with MicroSD card support of up to 128GB.
Also, both have 8MP w/ LED Flash + 2.1MP Full HD camera. The Galaxy Tab S 8.4-inch model comes with a 4,900 mAh battery, while the Galaxy Tab S 10.1-inch version comes with a bigger 7,900 mAh battery. Both tablets run Android 4.4.2 KitKat with Magazine UI out of the box.
(Photos courtesy of http://www.samsung.com/global/microsite/galaxytabs/features.html and http://www.pcworld.co.uk/)