Samsung is about to kick off the the live stream to their “Tab into Color” event and if you’d like to play along, you can watch their entire shindig here. What does Samsung have planned? Well, we have a really good feeling they’re gearing up to announced their new Samsung Galaxy Tab S line ( Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4), complete with quad HD Super AMOLED displays. We can’t believe they haven’t done it up until now, but we should learn all about the new tabs in only a few more minutes.
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