Samsung Charmer in the Pipeline: Galaxy Tab S Slate Gets Ready for Roll Out

May 6, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The Samsung kitty is overflowing. Customers have always been so keen to grab whatever the company doles out in quick succession.

The Samsung Galaxy 5 has arrived a while ago, and the interest the device has already generated is nothing short of awesome. Even before the interest has reached its peak, it now seems like Sammy is looking to roll out a new tablet.

You already know that Samsung has already released around seven nice slates and the next one is going to be even better. The new gen device is expected to be called the Samsung Galaxy Tab S.




Going by the info that has been flowing out of Sammy’s labs, we tend to guess that the Galaxy Tab S would come across a s a device that would probably bring together features that were touted by the earlier Samsung Galaxy Note/Tab Pro tablets and also the Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone.

That, if true, would bring into the tablet a 2,560×1,600 display spruced up with a fingerprint sensor. These features are in fact part of the devices that Samsung had rolled out of late.

If you look further, it becomes clear that the new tablet from the Samsung stables might come loaded with some awesome stuff you would want it to hold aloft.  For instance, the innards will have a Samsung Octa-core Exynos 5420 chipset powering the device. The chipset will be based on ARM’s big.LITTLE architecture with as many as four 1.9GHz Cortex A15 cores and four 1.3GHz Cortex A7 cores.

These apart, the slate will also tout 3GB of 32-bit dual-channel 933MHz RAM. On the imaging department, an 8 megapixel rear-facing camera, and a 2.1MP front-facing snapper would take care of what you click.

The Google Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS tablet will sport connectivity options in the form of WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, LTE, and may be more. The design factor will mostly be inclined towards the earlier Galaxy Tab 4 s form factor, but in a more charming manner.


It is being said that the maker will also throw in accessories of the likes of flip covers that will connect to the tablet via proprietary connectors embedded in the back of the tablet.

From what we know, Samsung is making the device in two different sizes. So when it actually arrives you might get to lay your hands on an 8.4-inch model and a 10.5-inch variant. The sharper display will be better suited with the 8.4-inch model, we guess.

We just need to wait to know more about the device. We hope folks at Samsung wouldn’t hold on to the secrets for much longer. We are waiting.

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