If you're after either tablet in Wi-Fi-only form, then you can already order from Samsung's own US online store. Each model comes in three color options: black, white, and gold.
The 8-inch model is priced at $399.99, while the 9.7-inch Tab S2 goes for $499.99. So they're identical to Apple's latest iPads in this regard.
More retailers should offer these devices later today, including Amazon and Best Buy. If, on the other hand, you'd rather get your Tab S2 from a carrier, complete with 4G LTE support, then both AT&T and T-Mobile will be happy to oblige.
AT&T will start taking orders for the 9.7-inch version on September 4. The carrier will only have it in black, for $0 down and 20 monthly installments of $30. Alternatively, you can get it for $499.99 with a new two-year contract.
You'll find the same 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab S2 at T-Mobile one day earlier, on September 3. To purchase one, you shell out nothing upfront, then followed by 23 monthly installments of $27.09 and a 24th monthly payment of $26.92. That all adds up to the tablet's full price of $649.99.
im curious if samsung will ever come out with a 64 / 128gb storage capacity tablet ; since their killing the micro sd slot expansion capacity ; their so notorious for announce different storage capacity in their product but at the end of the day th...
If I'm honest, Samsung are tying to be to much like Apple. Might as well move to another Android phone manufacturer or buy older Samsung phones. The crap stuff made Samsung good, I.e plastic with removable batteries and SDcards. Any of that on you...
It's not a huge improvement, but it's still an improvement. And given that the original Tab S is still the best tablet you can get even 1 year later, that makes the Tab S2 a pretty nice catch.