However, if you can't wait that long, you can get another glimpse of the Galaxy Tab S today. The slate that just refuses to stay out of the spotlight has had its biggest leak yet, picture-wise. A heap of photos of the slate have surfaced and they feature a new flip cover from Samsung that's said to utilize proprietary connectors on the back panel of the tablet.
The images show that marvelous display - a WQXGA (2560 x 1600) unit of 10.5" diagonal, 288 ppi and most importantly a Super AMOLED panel. So we can expect mouth-watering contrast, deep blacks, low reflectivity for superb outdoor performance and vivid colors.
The 10.5" Galaxy Tab S is expected to have an Exynos 5 Octa 5420 chipset with a quad-core Cortex-A15 1.9 GHz and quad-core Cortex-A7 1.3 GHz processors. An 8 MP camera on the back will be able to capture 1080p video while a 2.1 MP snapper on the front will handle video calls.
The thinness should be over the top with a 6.6 mm frame and the back panel will have Samsung's dotted soft-touch pattern.
Tomorrow's venue is said to be home to another 2560 x 1600 slate of Super AMOLED credentials - the Galaxy Tab S with 8.4" display.
so after 3 years time here comes replacement for galaxy tab 7.7? (till these days biggest amoled in the world if we dont count TVs?) I dont think so, I need smaller 7-8" device, full HD is enough but with great visibility on sunny days(grea...
6.6mm O_o woah!
yeah for fun nay for output. looming competitive ~9inch & below screen size full Windows 8.1 in the HORIZON.