Galaxy Tab S render

Notorious leakster @evleaks just posted press renders of Samsung's 10.5-inch Galaxy Tab S, an AMOLED tablet that the South Korean manufacturer is scheduled to unveil on June 12 in an event in New York.

The press renders confirm what we've seen in leaked images from earlier this month. The Galaxy Tab S tablets will feature a textured back that is similar to that of the Galaxy S5 in addition to a fingerprint scanner. The two prominent dots on either sides of the screen are allegedly connectors for Samsung's upcoming book cover.

As far as hardware is concerned, the tablets are said to feature 2560 × 1600 AMOLED displays, octa-core Exynos 5420 SoC (four 1.9GHz Cortex-A15 cores and four 1.3GHz Cortex-A7 cores), 3 GB RAM, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, IR blaster, GPS/GLONASS and LTE connectivity (there will likely be Wi-Fi only versions available for sale as well). The tablets are said to run Android 4.4.2 KitKat out of the box along with the Magazine UX user interface.

There is no official confirmation of the same, but an earlier rumor alleged that Samsung would be offering three variants in the Galaxy Tab S series: an 8.4-inch model, a 10.5-inch version and a 13.3-inch tablet. At this stage, there is no mention of availability or pricing of these tablets.

What do you think of the Galaxy Tab S series?

Source: @evleaks

 
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mathiasjk says:

So this is the fabled amoled tablet?

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evleaks says:

Please don't repost my full gallery. Thanks guys.

From the front, ALL Samsung tablets have looked the same since the Tab 3. They're making no effort at design.

tomh1979 says:

well they are famous for coping Apple, so yeah, lol.

Dizfunctions says:

After the first iteration of the galaxy series, I fail to see how Samsung copies Apple.

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tomh1979 says:

LOL, I agree but tell Apple that since they continue to sue them for those exact reason, hence the sarcasm I was trying to give in my OG post.

It's halfway through 2014 now. Find a new joke.

tomh1979 says:

Truth about apple hurts doesn't it, aren't they the ones who recently wanted to now add the S5 to there ongoing saga, that's the only joke here, that and waiting till June first to say halfway through the year.

tomh1979 says:

Truth about apple hurts doesn't it, aren't they the ones who recently wanted to now add the S5 to there ongoing saga, that's the only joke here, that and waiting till June first to say halfway through the year.

s2weden2000 says:

And the ones from the vEgetable brand has not?

... ( 0ppo F5) ...

vividrich says:

Samsung leaked images are kinda pointless, I mean it's a Samsung.... Aside from minor details we know what it's going to look like.

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erwaso says:

Samsung has released 9 tablets since January. Wtf

NoNexus says:

What is the problem with that? What have you got against choices?

sloppybones says:

I want to know why no one hasn't said anything about the charging port? Not sure if this is new or not, but that's a standard micro usb charge port and not the blasted Samsung only charge port like my Note 10.1 has.

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If only they would get rid of those ridiculous buttons.

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Mikenizme says:

So its not just me. I cant find a good reason to buy this anyways.

NoNexus says:

Yeah. I like the button on the phones, on tablets it kinda sucks

The physical buttons don't look good, but I like using them. I've been using a Note 8 for over a year and I'm sold on them. But like I said, they don't look good.

How are consumers supposed to keep track of all the different tablets Samsung releases?

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NoNexus says:

They are not. You pick the features you need and find a tablet that fits. Choices are good.

The good thing about Samsung is they have a tablet for just about anyone. From the low end to the high end. The bad thing is they all look the same.

NoNexus says:

Why is that a bad thing? If you choose to go from low end to high, you are familiar with the ui

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kalo88 says:

The bad thing, so many bugs as they have to support an insane amount of devices

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luniboy26 says:

Love my tab pro 8.4 minus battery life but this is pretty damn ugly to me

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kalo88 says:

Battery life is amazing on mine since rooting, so is performance after removing huge amounts of Samsung bloat!

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Heheh shud have put Samsung newer charge port on it, wonder if they gonna throw in a few different colors like s5
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Sjn013 says:

For the love of god please come to at&t!!!!!!

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bespinct says:

I'm looking forward to the amoled tablets for the mere reason that I read in the dark, and there is much less "bright" in with amoled screens. Don't know whether I'll by one or not, if it's priced between the pro and then poor series, than I might pick one up.

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RusticKey says:

This looks horrible.

My device went through hell to post this message.

s2weden2000 says:

That's right!

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