There is enough reason to believe that Samsung is going to unveil a high-end tablet in the very near future. Multiple reports have come up over the past few weeks about this tablet as well as its specifications. The latest bit of information comes straight from Samsung itself which appears to have inadvertently outed its first high-end tablet for 2015.
Go through the changelog of the Hancom Office Hshow application and you’ll find that the app supports the Galaxy Tab S2, a device that has not even been confirmed by Samsung as yet.
It merits mentioning here that the Hancom Office Hshow application is pre-installed on tablets and smartphones from Samsung’s Galaxy lineup and the changelog clearly states that it’s compatible with the Galaxy Tab A and the Galaxy Tab S2.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is going be available in two display sizes when it arrives, 8.0 and 9.7 inches. Both tablets are believed to come with Super AMOLED 2,048×1,536 pixel resolution display with a 64-bit Exynos processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, microSD card slot, LTE support and much more, all in a package deemed to be thinner than the iPad Air.
Samsung has not yet revealed when this tablet will be brought to the market, though it’s expected that this tablet will see a global release.