As Samsung makes its latest product releases, the Samsung Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus and Samsung Galaxy Tab S3. Old devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is set to see a major price drop, especially with the recent release of it’s new successor, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.
The Android-based tabled was released in September of 2015 at a relatively high price, competing with Apple’s iPad with it’s initial release. The device features a Exynos 7 Octa 5433 system chip, CPU of 1.9 GHz quad-core Cortex-A57, Android 5.0.2 Lollipop initial OS optimisation (now Android 6.0 Marshmallow), 8MP AutoFocus rear-facing camera, 2.1MP front-facing camera, and dimensions of 198.6 mm (Height), 134.8 mm (Width), 5.6 mm (Depth).
The tablet received great online user reviews, and is still a great tablet to own, according to critics. Even though Samsung have lacked and missed out on the tablet industry, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is a good attempt to firm its position in the industry. The only issue with the device at it’s initial release was it’s high price. According to online reviews, the performance of the device was smooth. However, for the price it was launched at, users felt that it must have been able to do much more that what it was capable of.
Nevertheless, it was a great successor to the first Samsung Galaxy Tab, with Samsung implementing major upgrades to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, compared to that of the Galaxy Tab. In addition to the performance, now that the prices is set to drop for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, the drawbacks of the device seem worth it now. Therefore, buyers interested in a tablet device should keep an eye out for this device.
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