Purported press renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 made the rounds online. The images showcase the slate in 8”and 9.7” display variants – down from 8.4” and 10.5” in the first generation of the tablet.
Both versions of the tablet will feature a screen with 4:3 ratio and a resolution with 2048 x 1536 pixels - the same as the one found in the Apple iPad family. The 9.7” Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 will debut with the model number SM-T810, while the 8” variant will carry the SM-T710 moniker.
Specs-wise, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is expected to pack the same 64-bit Exynos 7420 SoC as the Samsung Galaxy S6, coupled with 3GB. The chipset is among the most powerful solutions currently on the market, thus meaning that the slates won’t lack hardware oomph.
Both Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 tablets are said to be just 5.4mm thin. The 9.7” and the 8” models are tipped to weigh 407 grams and 260 grams respectively.
Yesterday, a word got out the Samsung might unveil the Galaxy Tab S2 on July 20. We’ll keep an eye out for an official announcement.
now sammy is copying aspect ratio from apple ipad nice move sammy.. u keep doing this u ll lose your sammy adepts...
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