With Samsung‘s Tab into Color event right around the corner, it’s no surprise to see that Samsung Galaxy Tab S press renders have leaked out to give us a better idea of what the tablet devices are going to look like. According to the renders, at least one of the Tab S tablets is going to weight 465g and will measure just 6.6mm thick; for reference, the self proclaimed thinnest tablet in the world, the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet measures only marginally thinner at 6.4mm. The Tab S tablets look like they’re also going to incorporate a fingerprint scanner much like the Samsung Galaxy S5 did in the home button.
Software-wise, the Tab S tablets look like they are going to incorporate the same remote desktop tools available on the Note Pro and Tab Pro devices. Additionally, there appears to be a function that will allow you to sync your presumably Samsung smartphone to your Tab S and receive any calls to your phone on your tablet.
The Tab S is expected to have 8.4-inch and 10.5-inch variants, both with a resolution of 2560×1600, powered by an octacore Exynos 5420 processor, 3GB RAM, and 32GB storage with microSD slot. They will also have a 2.1MP front camera with a 8MP rear camera and be running Android 4.4.2. There should be plenty more details about prices and availability at the Tab into Color event on June 12th in New York City, however it’s expected that the devices be available for preorders following the event.
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