The company noted a number of improved features on its Android 5.0 tablet, targeted specifically for readers and media consumers. The new Galaxy Tab’s Super 2048 x 1536 AMOLED display offers automatic fine-tuned adjustments to gamma, sharpness, and saturation along with a “Reading Mode” that adjusts brightness to reduce eye strain.
Both Galaxy Tab S2 models come with a fingerprint scanner, like the previous models, to better protect the privacy of the device. Other specs include 3GB of RAM and options for 32 and 64GB of internal memory. A microSD stores up to 128GB of memory, and the device boasts a 4,000mAh battery.
The devices are slated to launch next month, but Samsung didn’t provide a starting price point. The company’s current Galaxy S tablets start at $400, so the new models are unlikely to veer too far from the beaten path.
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