Samsung has revealed that its Galaxy Tab S2, billed as the company’s “thinnest, lightest, ultra-fast tablet,” is now open for pre-orders online though Samsung.com, Amazon.com, and Best Buy. It will also go on sale through offline retailers and carriers from September 3.
First announced last month, the Galaxy Tab S2 comes in three variants, and Samsung has now revealed some of the pricing.
The 9.7-inch Wi-Fi-only model will cost $500, while the 8-inch version will set you back $400. There is also a Wi-Fi and 4G version, though Samsung says prices and availability for that incarnation is still to be confirmed by carriers, which suggests this tablet won’t be sold SIM-free.
Above: Galaxy Tab S2
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With the Wi-Fi-only version, you’ll be able to choose from Black, White, and Gold. The cellular device will split the color by carrier, so that black will be open to AT&T, Sprint, US Cellular, and T-Mobile. Verizon will have exclusive access to white.