The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is now becoming available for pre-order, should you reside in the US. The tablets should hit select retailers and carriers on September 3, with 9.7- and 8-inch variants available for those who are picky about size. You'll be able to place an order for the new tablets on Amazon, Samsung's own official store and Best Buy for $499.99 and $399.99 respectively.
As for carriers, we'll have to await details regarding both pricing and availability. T-Mobile has stated the Galaxy Tab S2 will hit store shelves on September 3 (as shared by Samsung) and will ask for $0 down and a monthly fee of $27 for 23 months (totalling $649.99). T-Mobile will also offer the option to add up to 5GB of data for just $10 to save you from sharing allowances with your smartphone.
Available color options include black, white and gold. AT&T, Sprint, US Cellular, and T-Mobile will carry the black, while Verizon will offer the white variant. If you'd like to learn more about the new Galaxy Tab S2, be sure to check out our previous coverage.