The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 leaks again, this time in the wild

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The Galaxy Tab S2 is Samsung’s next in a long line of Android tablets. Last month we saw leaked renders of the 9.7-inch tablet, but today we’re seeing it in the flesh. It looks like…a Samsung tablet. There’s nothing terribly special about the device until you turn on the display. That’s where Samsung has distanced themselves from other tablet makers.

The Galaxy Tab S2 will come in two sizes: 8-inch and 9.7-inch. They will both be in 4:3 aspect ration with 2048×1536 resolution, and of course the beautiful Super AMOLED colors you’ve come to expect from Samsung. Other specs include an Exynos 5433 processor, 3GB of RAM, 8MP camera, LTE, and Android Lollipop. Expect an official announcement later this month.

[via SamMobile]

Joe Fedewa
Ever since I flipped open my first phone I've been obsessed with the devices. I've dabbled in other platforms, but Android is where I feel most at home.

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  1. C’mon Samsung, make a Note 10 with Super AMOLED screen already!!! My N8010 is dying to be replaced.

    1. My hope is that they do what they did wit the a and release a spen version

      1. And I also hope they don’t HTC up and do a 4:3 screen. That’d be a bummer.

  2. Effing hideous…

  3. I hate the 4:3 aspect ratio race that’s been going on with Android tablets lately, bring back the 16:9/16:10!

    1. Exactly. Guess I will need to get a Surface instead.

  4. It’s odd that there using the exynos 5433/7 octa. I’ve got that same chip in my international note 4 and I love it but, it’s essentially a less efficient exynos 7420. Why not just put a 7420 in there? They’re almost the same chip.

  5. After spending some time with the very nice and well build Windows Tablet offerings, I am inclined to say Samsung, Asus and a few others should really consider stepping up there game into the 10-13″ tablet range.

    I have a 17″ Samsung Laptop that has decent specs, but you can tell Samsung is still new to the game.

    I wish they coudl focus more on ultra-portable Ultrabooks, tablets with the detachable keyboard option and higher end laptops. They have the resources to grow and learn and make a great line-up. Theres more to this sized market than just Android.

    And as for productivity, Android is a waste. Windows or GTFO

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