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Samsung’s Super thin Galaxy Tab S tablets hit the UK July 4th


Samsung latest range of Android running Galaxy Tab S tablets devices will be on sale from July the 4th in the UK following their announcement last week. The Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S will be available in both a 10.5inch and a 8.4 inch tablets from UK stores PC world and Curry’s.

The Tablets are now up for pre order form the retail giants and you can order a Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 for £419 which will get you the tablet with 16GB of memory, and the 8.4 inch version with the same 16Gb will set you back £329.

See Also: Samsung Galaxy Tab S Spec’s and images leak online and 12th June Press Event Set!

Last week, at an event in New York City Samsung launched their two new high-end tablets to the world. The New Galaxy Tab S range offers a high-resolution SuperAMOLED displays with 2560×1600 pixels. The Tab S devices also take from the sibling Galaxy S5, as the tablets come with Samsung’s Adaptive Display technology which optimizes screen settings for different lighting situations.

Also similar to the S5, the Tab S’s boast a fingerprint scanner which can be used to change between up to 8 different user profiles.

Inside there is also a Exynos 5 octo-core processors, and 3GB of RAM along with a 8MP rear camera and a 2.1MP front camera. To boost the memory a MicroSD card can also be added for an extra 128GB of data.

Size wise the  At only 6.6mm the Tab S models are very thin and at 294 grams for the 8.4-inch version and 465 grams for the 10.5-inch version pretty lightweight, and In the 8.4-inch Tab S there is a 4,900 mAh battery, with the 10.5 featuring a 7,900 mAh cell pack.

Those who purchase the Galaxy Tab S will receive a free three-month subscription to Marvel Comics’ Marvel Unlimited digital platform as part of an agreement between Samsung and the publisher.

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