Galaxy Premiere 2014

Samsung looks set to unveil a range of new high-end Galaxy Tabs at its 'Premiere 2014' event event in New York City this Thursday. We'll be on the ground to bring you full coverage of everything that's announced, but Samsung will also have an official livestream to keep track of the day's events.

The stream will be available through the Samsung Mobile YouTube account, and we'll also have it embedded in our liveblog post, so you can follow our live coverage and analysis alongside the live video. The action kicks off at 7pm EDT this Thursday, June 12, so be sure to keep it locked to Android Central from then on.

Anything you're hoping for from Samsung this week besides new Tabs? Shout out in the comments.

Source: Samsung Tomorrow

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L0N35T4R says:


As if they don't have enough

Dissident26 says:

Couldn't care less!

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Good OL MC says:

"Tap Into Color"

Any idea what they could be hinting at?

I'm not really in to Android tablets but Samsung is really building a good marketing message as to why they should be the standard bearer for non-iPad tablets. That is...kind of a dead space right now. The features and services they are providing, especially with the Note brand, may make a compelling case for them.

jayjay234 says:

It's teasing AMOLED Tablets. Samsung did make AMOLED based tablets before but that was just an one off product. This will be fully dedicated AMOLED tablets, and which gives much wider color gamut than traditional LCD.

Good OL MC says:

Ah, makes perfect sense now. Thanks!

Saturn1217 says:

Didn't they just do this? How many more Samsung tablets can there possibly be?

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Good OL MC says:

That is like asking Johnny Depp how many more "Pirates" movies can he do. You probably don't want to know the answer.

jackwagon06 says:

Note 4 preview would be stellar. Doubt it though.

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moises1204 says:

They confused the hell out of me with all these tabs!

ten3br0us says:

No kidding. Not exactly great marketing there.

They're selling more tablets than all other Android manufactures added together. Maybe you should try being a bit less "blonde" if a few different models confuse the hell out of you? =)

pjs312 says:

From Wikipedia: Galaxy Tab 7.0, Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, Galaxy Tab 7.7, Galaxy Tab 8.9, Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, Galaxy Tab 3 8.0, Galaxy Tab 3 10.1, Galaxy Tab 4 7.0, Galaxy Tab 4 8.0, Galaxy Tab 4 10.1, Galaxy Tab Pro
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abbott says:

Don't forget all the Note tablets. Developers absolutely love this. Not.

How many laptops has HP released just over the last 6 months? Ten times as many as Samsung has released tablets? More? I'd say, a lot more.

Boohoo, the developers has to work a little to make their software work on more devices if they want to make more money. How many screen resolution options, GPU options, processor options, peripheral options, motherboard options, sound card options and everything else options do developers have to take into account to make their software work on those 100's of HP laptop variations? Why can't the world just give them all their money just because they exist?

Seriously. If you hate choice, there is Apple. And even Apple sell 20 different variations of the iPad today. So... What are you whining about? That Samsung are quicker to market with new tech compared to whatever brand it is you like? Since when is that a bad thing? A company pushing technology forward as fast as they can?

abbott says:

I am complaining because any sane developer would make a polished iPad app before polishing or even starting work on their Android app and that is obviously not what we want. Devs run into problems with compass, gyroscope, noise cancelation and recording with multiple mics, the list goes on. For instance, ony my Moto G, Motorola's best selling smartphone, when using the very popular app Snapchat, if there is not enough light, there is streak of pixelation half an inch wide right down the center of the video making it useless but the stock camera app works fine. This recent article shows how bad it can be

Again. Boohoo. The consumers choice is a lot more relevant to me than the poor developer having to test his software before charging me money for it. I simply can't relate you to your Vine whine on this.

abbott says:

It's not even a choice when most of their tablets aren't even 1080p.

Now you're derailing... Obvious troll is obvious troll.


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patfactorx says:

Still haven't found any great android tablet apps

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Demodave says:

Actually, I have the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 and love it. It is really fast; plus I got if for $399 with a $50 BB gift card to use for the case. Great product for that price!!

TKL74 says:

$50 for case is rip off, lol, typical Bestbuy

jcg5862 says:

Same here. Picked mine up at BB two weeks ago for the same deal. Really like it. Not really interested in the new stuff. There'll always be something newer come along, especially with Samsung tablets.

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zero.efx says:

If the don't announce a Galaxy S5 premium I'm going to flip out.

Not really. I'm just going to be really disappointed. By really disappointed I mean I'll just start shopping for another phone immediately since this mythological phone will never come into existence.


Two bags of big league chew. A mitt. A baseball. A phone with over 400 ppi. Only one of these things don't matter.

TKL74 says:

This is about the Galaxy Tab S. What more are there to unveil? lol

malibumike says:

Would really like to see an updated Note 8.

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Techjourney says:

My Galaxy Note 10.1 will be 2 years old in October. I'm looking forward to see what the next 10 " Note will offer.

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QatarHero says:

They will be pricey but an AMOLED screen will be great for movies, it will also sync up with your phone and you can answer calls on the tab...
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