Meet the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2; Samsung’s high-end tablet

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
Source: CNET

Samsung recently launched a high-end tablet, the Samsung Galaxy S2 which comes with amazing specifications and eye-popping features.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 comes in two variants, one features an 8-inch AMOLED display, and the other features a 9.7-inch AMOLED display.

The 9.7-inch variant has a display resolution of 1536 x 2048 pixels with a pixel density of 264 pixels per inch. The tablet comes preloaded with Android Lollipop and runs on an octa-core Exynos 5433 chipset with 3GB of RAM. There is an internal memory of 32/64GB expandable to 128GB. At the back of this large version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is an 8-megapixel camera, and in front rests a 2.1-megapixel selfie shooter. The tablet is also powered by a non-removable 5870mAh battery.

The 8-inch variant of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 doesn’t differ much from the 9.7-inch variant. For instance, because of its small screen, pixel density is placed at 320 pixels per inch, giving the mini version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2  a more vibrant screen. The small tablet also features a smaller battery; a non removable 4000mAh battery. But other than these minor differences, both variants are pretty much the same.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 has a sleek design and a premium look, even if it was made out of plastic. It remains one of the thinnest (5.6mm) and lightest (0.86 pounds) tablet out there.

There are also cool features to note like the multiwindow function for example, which allows you to use two apps side-by-side. There is also a fingerprint sensor embedded in the home button for securing your device. One other thing to note is the Samsung Galaxy S2 comes pre-loaded with Microsoft Office apps such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, One Note, and Skype. So you can ditch your laptop for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 if you crave something lighter and smaller.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is available in stores.

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