Samsung Galaxy Tablet S2 and Tab S2 Nook Available in the United States
Samsung has always introduced different devices into the world to benefit individuals from all classes.
The Tab S2 is on sale in both 8.0 inch and 9.7-inch configurations. There are many people who appreciate the uniqueness of these devices and to do same; you will need to know these specs as well. The tablet is not a flagship or even premium as you might find in the brands Smartphone line.
The Price of Devices
All this being said, the price of these devices might be quite high for some people because it comes with an 8-inch Wi-Fi version alone at $399 and the 9.7 inch Wi-Fi version alone going for $499. If you want to buy the LTE versions, you should be prepared to pay an additional $100. If you are interested in buying the tablet, you will find the LTE versions through Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon. Also, they are available for sale online in different online stores where you can buy them. However, make sure you are buying the right device.
Introduction and Specifications of Device
The Tab S2 makes use of a 4:3 aspect ratio with 2048 x 1536 SAMOLED displays that are available in Wi-Fi only and LTE only configurations for you to buy. However, this article is based on the 8 inch Wi-Fi model alone.The Tab S2 comes designed with an Exynos 5433 Octa-core SoC, 32 GB or 64 GB of onboard storage, 3 GB of RAM, an 8 MP back, and 2.1 MP face camera setting, but comes with no flash. It also comes with an Android 5.0.2 and features similar touch-based fingerprint sensors that the Samsung Galaxy S6 comes with.
There is also a MicroSD support thatis added by the way of ejecting pin; the tray is also designed into its frame perfectly. Also, the 9.7-inch version comes with a 5870 mAh battery while the 8-inch version comes with a 4000 mAh battery. Both these devices are made available in black or white for your preference.The tablets are however only 5.6 mm thick and are designed with aluminum frames, but soft plastic back panels.
Flaunting the Tablet
All 2015 Samsung tablets seem to have been designed to be on sliding scales of differences. The Tab A was not the same as the Galaxy A. Also; the Tab S2 was not the same as the Samsung Galaxy S6. The Tab E is almost like the Galaxy J; the Tab A like a Galaxy E and the Tab S is almost like the Galaxy A.