Galaxy Tab S2
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Design of the Galaxy Tab S2
At just 5.6 mm thin and only 389 g (9.7-inch) and 265 g (8.0-inch) weight, the Galaxy Tab S2 is perfectly designed for reading and consuming content due to its stunning Super AMOLED Display. By recreating the same viewing experience of browsing through traditional print media, the Galaxy Tab S2 makes it comfortable to read digital content, including e-books, magazines, webpages and newsfeeds. This reading-optimised ratio provides people with a seamless reading experience without unnecessary scrolling. Packaged within the world's slimmest and lightest metal frame of its size, the Galaxy Tab S2 is portable enough to easily carry around all day and operate in one hand, offering the best mobility available. With its fashionable and stylish design, the device is suitable for any purpose or setting, enabling people to enjoy the best viewing experience anywhere, anytime.
Galaxy Tab S2 equipped with Super AMOLED display
The tablet also offers deeper contrast and more precise detail to provide a best-in-class reading experience with the Super AMOLED display, which delivers 94% of natural tones to show true-to-life colours (Adobe RGB colour standard). People can now enjoy galleries of vividly detailed photos and effortlessly shop online while viewing the most accurate images on the Galaxy Tab S2. In addition, the Galaxy Tab S2 provides advanced screen technology to display bright and natural content for a more comfortable visual experience. Adaptive Display intelligently adjusts gamma, saturation, and sharpness based on the application, the colour temperature of the viewing environment and ambient lighting, while Reading Mode modifies the screen's brightness level to allow users to read content for longer periods of time without straining their eyes.
Microsoft Office Mobile software
The Galaxy Tab S2 delivers unmatched mobility to cater to people wanting a device that will enhance and support their productivity. The tablet comes fully equipped and preloaded with Microsoft Office Solutions for ultimate productivity on the road, including the ability to create and edit documents, while conveniently storing up to 100 GB of files on the cloud via OneDrive for two years for free. The device is also compatible with the advanced Book Cover Keyboard, delivering the same convenience of a standard PC keyboard with a built-in trackpad for executing tasks on-the-go.
Fingerprint Scanner & Smart Manager
For enhanced manageability, the Galaxy Tab S2 is built with a touch-enabled Fingerprint Scanner for hassle-free authentication. A built-in advanced security sensor offers easy access to the device with a simple press against the home key. The Galaxy Tab S2 also comes equipped with Smart Manager which displays the device's settings automatically and offers a range of streamlined device management options, including battery power levels, storage and RAM availability to help people efficiently manage their devices. It is also pre-installed with anti-malware for an extra layer of protection. In addition, the Galaxy Tab S2 offers Multitasking, allowing users to view and run two apps simultaneously with Pop-Up Window, a new feature that lets people easily navigate between multiple apps at once. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 also provides an improved storage structure that makes locating files simpler than ever.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 price & availability
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 will come in a variety of connectivity, storage and size options: 9.7-inch and 8.0-inch versions with Wi-Fi, or Wi-Fi and LTE, available in 32 or 64 GB with MicroSD up to 128 GB. It will be available in global markets, starting from August, 2015 for a suggested retail price of € 399,- (8,0 inch), € 499,- (9,7 inch) and € 579,- (LTE 9,7 inch).
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