It’s one thing to have to abide by the requirements of carriers and include their bloatware alongside yours when selling a new smartphone – unless you’re Apple – but the same rules don’t have to apply to tablets. Unless you’re Samsung. The company has preloaded such “gifts” on the Galaxy S5 smartphone as well as on Galaxy Tab and Note Pro tablets from earlier this year. And the newly released Galaxy Tab S, with its gorgeous 2K Super AMOLED display, is no exception.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S is the company’s best tablet family yet, especially considering the stunning 2K AMOLED displays Galaxy Tab S models pack. But the Galaxy Tab S tablets are still made of plastic, which, while good enough for Samsung, may not be as great for some users because plastic appears to be significantly affected by dissipated heat in some cases. Russian publication hi-tech.mail.ru has posted a gallery of images showing the 8.4-inch version of the tablet and its heat-damaged rear plastic shell. More →
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S is quite possibly the most powerful tablet on the market right now. With its impressive specs and killer display, the Tab S is the culmination of the Samsung tablet lineup, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to sell itself. In the latest pair of ads uploaded to YouTube, Samsung highlights two of the most important features of the Tab S: multitasking and contrast ratio.
Samsung’s trend of crafting unbeatably attractive displays continues with the release of the Galaxy Tab S. According to the latest display technology shoot-out at DisplayMate, the Galaxy Tab S has “the best performing tablet display” that the team of experts has ever tested. In fact, the performance is almost identical to the display of the Galaxy S5, which received the same honor in the smartphone category. More →
Samsung on Thursday will finally unveil its hottest tablet yet, the Galaxy Tab S, which will feature an amazing high-resolution AMOLED display, a first for such devices. Pictures showing the device as well as rumored specs have been featured in various reports, but SamMobile has obtained even more details about the upcoming tablet family, including pictures showing its flip cover accessories. More →
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Tab S family of tablets will have various Galaxy S5 features, SamMobile has learned, after digging through a purportedly leaked firmware for the unannounced tablet. The Galaxy Tab S tablets will feature high-resolution AMOLED displays and will be available in two versions, including a 10.1-inch model and an 8.4-inch version, and should be unveiled in the near future.
There’s no shortage of Samsung tablets on the market, but that’s not stopping the South Korean vendor from prepping another lineup of devices for release later this year. The Galaxy Tab S is expected to launch in both 8.5-inch and 10.5-inch variants, boasting plenty of upgraded specs, but the most notable addition appears to be the 2560 x 1600 resolution Super AMOLED display. More →
Samsung is getting ready to announce yet another family of tablets, following the Pro and Tab 4 models released earlier this year, the Galaxy Tab S, a line of tablets that was prominently featured in recent reports and leaks. While Samsung is yet to confirm the Galaxy Tab S tablets – expected to arrive in 10.5-inch and 8.5-inch flavors – a series of leaked images have already hit the web. Furthermore, the FCC has also published images showing the tablet, well ahead of its proper announcement. More →
Samsung has a new tablet family in the works that will offer high-end features as the company moves to grab more and more tablet market share from Apple, and SamMobile has obtained the first images of the Galaxy Tab S. The tablet’s main feature appears to be the display, a high-resolution OLED screen that has been mentioned in numerous earlier leaks, even before it had a name. More →
Samsung has released some pretty impressive Android tablets in the past, but a new rumor suggests that the company’s next flagship slates could be some of the most impressive tablets the world has ever seen. The rumor comes from SamMobile, which has a good track record when covering unannounced Samsung devices, and it suggests that the South Korean consumer electronics giant’s next big tablets could be beastly devices with cutting-edge specs and the best displays ever seen on large tablets. More →