With Samsung having unveiled their latest Galaxy Tab S2 tablets, we take a look at the competitor that this new range of tablets has been created to directly compete against – the Apple iPad Air 2.
Both the iPad Air 2 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 have a 4:3 aspect ratio and the Galaxy Tab S2 is being marketed as a media consumption device, much like the iPad Air 2. As for the rest of the specs, we’ve compiled a list of the specs for each tablet and stacked the iPad Air 2 and the Galaxy Tab S2 against each other to see who comes out on top.
The winner? The Galaxy Tab S2 has a bigger battery, faster processor, and is lighter, but iOS has been proven to be better at memory management and power optimisation than Android. With that being said, it really is going to come down to the simple choice of Android against iOS given the similarities between these two devices.