[highlight color=#336699 ]Introduction[/highlight]
Samsung has once again graced us with another flagship tablet but how does it compare to this year’s competition and more importantly, its predecessor?
Samsung are at it again with another sleek tablet that will surely fly off shelves and please fans. The company was the first to release an Android tablet to directly go in competition with the iPad and so far the Korean tech giants have been extremely successful with their foray into the tablet world, setting precedence for other tablets to follow. The Galaxy Tab S2 is an improvement on the Galaxy Tab S1 but not by a lot. It may be lighter than the tomes George R. R. Martin writes but the hardware isn’t a big jump over last year and the battery size is actually smaller. Still, the Galaxy Tab S1 was already an excellent tablet anyway, so the Tab S2 will surely impress as one of the best tablets to date and continue the fight against Apple. On the topic of that, there really isn’t much to differentiate the Galaxy Tab 2 and iPad Air 2 aside from the operating system. Design language is the same and aside from internal storage differences; iPads start at 16 GB whilst the Galaxy Tabs start at 32 GB, they’re two of the same. Is it enough to best Apple?
OS: Lollipop v5.0.2
Processor: Quad-core 1.56 GHz and 1.82, Snapdragon 810
Screen: 9.7 inches
Resolution: 1536 x 2048 pixels ( 264 ppi pixel density)
Memory: 3GB RAM
Storage: 32/64 GB
Micro SD Compatible: Yes up to 128 GB
Rear camera: 8 megapixels
Front camera: 2.1 megapixels
Connectivity: 3G & 4G
Dimensions: 237.3 x 169 5.6mm
Battery: Non-removable 5870 mAh