The Samsung Galaxy Tab S devices go on pre-sale tomorrow for the U.S. following an initial announcement for U.K. availability. The 10.5-inch Wi-Fi version will go for $499, and the 8.4-inch version will be $399. The LTE versions won't be ready until later this year, and only Verizon will be getting the 8.4-inch 4G Samsung Galaxy Tab S. Presales will be live online at Best Buy, Amazon, Walmart, Office depot, and other retailers, not to mention direct from Samsung as well.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S devices made their debut just last week alongside a variety of handy accessories thanks to a special mounting section built into the back of the device. They're running Android 4.4.2, powered by Exynos 5 Octa processor (that is, a 1.9 GHz quad-core processor and a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor), 8 megapixel cameras, and 2560 x 1600 displays on both. Check out our coverage of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S devices below for a closer look.

How many of you guys are in the market for a new Android tablet? Does Samsung's new flagships strike your fancy enough to merit a preorder tomorrow?

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