Purported pricing info for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0, Tab S2 9.7, and Tab E pops up

Purported pricing info for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0, Tab S2 9.7, and Tab E pops up
We shouldn't forget that apart from smartphones, Samsung is also a prominent player on the tablet market as well. In particular, its last-year Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Tab S 10.5 were actually pretty good, both scoring ratings of 9 in our in-house reviews.

The appeasing slates will certainly get succeeded sometime in the near future, as we are more than certain Samsung is brewing something in secret, i.e. the second generation of its top-tier tablet lineup.

We already know that it will consist of two 5.4mm-thin devices - the Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 and the Galaxy Tab S2 9.7. The alleged pricing of the upcoming slates just got freshly leaked by SamMobile: the Wi-Fi version of the Tab S2 8.0 is said to cost 399 EUR ($439.5), whereas the Tab S2 9.7 will probably have a 499 EUR ($549.5) price tag. The Wi-Fi/cellular version of the latter is normally expected to be costlier at 589 EUR ($648.78), though there's no definite info about the pricing of its cellular version of the smaller slate.

Both will have Super AMOLED displays with a resolution of 1536 x 2048 pixels, 64-bit Exynos 7420 chipsets (similar to the ones in the Galaxy S6 & S6 edge), 3GB of RAM, as well as a base native storage of 32GB (a microSD card slot is also a part of the feature mix). A rear 8MP camera and a front-facing 2.1MP one will appear on both slates. Android 5.0 will be the OS of choice.

Additionally, SamMobile revealed the international price of Samsung's most recent tablet, the low-end Galaxy Tab E, which was already announced a few weeks ago - it will most likely convey a 199 EUR (~$219) price tag.

Anyone interested in any of these?


source: SamMobile

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