5 Reasons to Buy the New Samsung Galaxy Tab S over other Android tablets?

Samsung Galaxy Tab S

The other day, Samsung announced its latest family of tablets, the Galaxy Tab S series consisting of two models, one rocking an 8.4- and the other, a 10.5-inch screen. As far as I can tell, these are the best Android tablets ever and if you’re on the market looking for such product (Android tablet), you should considering getting one of these. Here are 5 reasons to do so:

1. Thin & Portable
The new Galaxy Tab S tablets are thinnest and lightest tablets around. This in turn makes them more portable than many other device. No extra weight to carry around.

2. Awesome screen
Both the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and Galaxy Tab S 10.5 come with a Super AMOLED screen that has resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels (WQXGA). There are few other tablets with same resolution but these screens are not AMOLED, which ensures longer battery life and (arguably) more vivid colors.

3. High-end specs = superb performance
The Galaxy Tab S series is the most premium line-up in Samsung’s portfolio of tablets. You get top-notch specs with Sammy’s own octa-core chip and full 3GB of RAM.

4. Accessories
It used to be that iPad users were the only ones being able to buy cool accessories for their tablet. That’s no longer the case – the Galaxy Tab S owners will be able to choose between any number of different covers and keyboard, provided both by Samsung and third-party accessory makers like Logitech and Belkin.

5. Freebies
Samsung keeps offering a ton of freebies to everyone buying one of their high-end devices. The Galaxy Tab S tablets are not an exception; quite the contrary – with these two devices you get more freebies than ever before, including free content, access to premium services, games, apps and more.

There’s one downside though but that comes as give with every premium product – the Galaxy Tab S devices won’t be cheap. That’s just the way it goes with top-of-the-line models, something’s gotta give…

  • PeterSteinbeck

    But if you buy one of these tablets from a carrier, you’ll save some cash upfront.

  • umbrarchist

    Durability isn’t more important than thin?

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