Samsung Rolls Out iPad-Esque New Galaxy Tablets

21 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 launched in 9.7 and 8-inch screen sizes.

THE UK GOVERNMENT has given the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge the thumbs up as secure enough for use by public sector employees, which could boost Android’s share of the enterprise market.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 has been launched globally by the South-Korean electronics giant and the new Tab S2 will come in two screen versions: one with 9.7-inch screen and one with an 8-inch screen. “The Galaxy Tab S2 is not only our thinnest and lightest tablet of its size ever, it also gives users quick, easy access to a wealth of superior viewing and productivity features,” said JK Shin, CEO and President of IT & Mobile Division at Samsung Electronics in a press release. The Communications and Electronics Security Group (CESG) has said that the duo of handsets meet the compliance standards for its Commercial Product Assurance requirements. This is largely thanks to Samsung’s onboard Knox software, which the firm said allows employees to securely connect to work files and email “with just a few taps and will soon come integrated into Google’s Android M operating system.

The new devices come in a light and thin metal frame — only 5.6 milimeters thick and weigh just 389 grams for the 9.7-inch model, and 265 grams for the 8.0-inch. To improve over the previous generation, the company has sought to trim down the product, at the expense of taking a few fractions of an inch off the display screen. In comparison, Google’s Android operating system accounted for 26 percent of activations, with last year’s Galaxy S5 smartphone proving the most popular device among employees. µ Samsung is avoiding mentioning video specifically in its promotional materials for the Tab S2, rather highlighting the device’s suitability for reading “digital content, including e-books, magazines, webpages and newsfeeds.”

The display, combined with the compact physical design, make the tablets perfect for reading and viewing digital content, according to the South Korean electronics giant. They each come with a fingerprint scanner, along with Samsung’s eight-core chip, which has two quad-core processors, one running at 1.9GHz, the other at 1.3 GHz. To stay competitive, Samsung has to find other ways to stand out. “Samsung doesn’t want to be in a position where ‘Oh, the iPad Air is thinner and lighter than everybody else’s product,’” Ma added.

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