New Samsung Galaxy Tab S commercials are here to suggest your tablet's LCD screen sucks

Samsung releases new Galaxy Tab S commercials that suggest your tablet's LCD screen sucks
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Tab S 10.5 are the world’s first tablets to sport high-resolution Super AMOLED displays, so that’s one of the first things that Samsung wants you to know about them.

Last week, Samsung unleashed a couple of Galaxy Tab S commercials that subtly compared the new tablets to Apple’s iPad. Now, Samsung is back with two other Tab S commercials - which, once again, illustrate the superiority of Super AMOLED displays over LCD panels.

The first commercial is telling us that only Super AMOLED screens allow us to see “true colors” - because they display “the professional Adobe RGB spectrum”, unlike LCD screens, which are limited to showing the standard RGB spectrum. The second ad suggests that the Galaxy Tab S line offers the best optimized displays, as they're 40% less reflective than LCDs, while also easily adapting to your surroundings. Both commercials can be watched below.

Available since late June, the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Galaxy Tab S 10.5 cost $399 and $499, respectively. Only the Wi-Fi versions can be bought for now.

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