Early next month Samsung releasing the Galaxy Tab S2 in Taiwan

Galaxy Tab S2 8.0Over the past few months we have been extensively covering all developments related to Samsung’s new tablets and the company finally unveiled the Galaxy Tab S2 last week, confirming much of what we had previously reported on. Now that Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy Tab S2 it can get down to the business of selling this product which in the case of Taiwan is going to start from early August with prices of NT$19,900 (US$635), NT$ 15,900 (US$505), NT$16,900 (US$540) and NT$12,900 (US$410) for the 9.7-inch 4G, 9.7-inch Wi-Fi only, 8.0-inch 4G and 8.0-inch Wi-Fi models respectively.

Samsung Taiwan says that sales of 7-inch tablets in the country have been declining due to pressure from smartphones with large displays but this hasn’t affected sales of tablets with displays measuring 8-inch and above, adding that Samsung has been the largest vendor in the country’s tablet market in terms of market share since 2013. The Galaxy Tab S2 is powered by a 64-bit octa-core Exynos 5433 processor with 3GB RAM, it has 32/64GB internal storage, microSD card slot, 8-megapixel rear camera and 2.1-megapixel front camera, fingerprint sensor and it runs Android 5.0.2.


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