Samsung recently launched the Galaxy Tab S2 and as the company continues to steadily release it in more markets across the globe it would like to remind you about the nine things that you need to know about the Galaxy Tab S2. Samsung highlights some of the tablet’s major selling points which include ultimate portability, ultra-thin design and many innovative new features.
The Galaxy Tab S2 is just 5.6mm thin and it happens to be the thinnest and lightest tablet on the market right now, this means that it boasts Ultimate Portability since it’s easy to hold in one hand and ideal to carry on the move. Super AMOLED display technology reproduces lifelike True Colors with more vivid photos and videos aided by a higher contrast ratio. The display also allows for Improved Readability of digital content such as magazines, webpages, newsfeeds and e-books. On-the-Go Productivity features make the Galaxy Tab S2 an idea device for workplace productivity and efficiently managing tasks on the move aided by Microsoft Office and OneDrive cloud storage apps. The Galaxy Tab S2 has built-in Bluetooth Low Energy which enables connectivity between device and TVs or smartphones so users can truly do Away With Cables.
Mission: Multitask caters to users’ multitasking needs with the ability to run and access multiple apps simultaneously so they can watch a video while chatting with friends or take notes while scrolling through a presentation. With fifth generation Wi-Fi 802.11ac and 2X2 MIMO technology the tablet satisfies users’ Need for Speed with additional features like Download Booster and Smart Bonding technology to combine Wi-Fi and LTE for even faster speeds. The tablet offers Superior Security with a built-in fingerprint scanner which makes authentication quick and easy. Last but not the least the Galaxy Tab S2 has A Camera for All Lighting Conditions thanks to new camera software and increased lens aperture which lets in 35% more light than the previous model.
If all this doesn’t convince you to spend your money on this tablet perhaps our review of the Galaxy Tab S2 will.