Samsung is working on the new generation Galaxy Tab S tablets with AMOLED displays
Last year Samsung released a new series of tablets named Galaxy Tab S that feature Super AMOLED screens. The rumor mill recently delivered the news that the company is almost ready to introduce the successors of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4 and the full-sized Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5. The new slates are outfitted with AMOLED displays.
The latest rumors about the tablets reveal that the new additions to the Galaxy Tab S line will be a 8-incher and a 9.7-incher. Samsung is changing the screen ratio in the new models and now it is expected to be 4:3. Other companies like Apple and Google (for Nexus 9) are using the same ratio. The expectations for the upcoming tablets suggest that they will boast different resolutions than their predecessors. Rumors have it that the unannounced Galaxy Tab S tablets will arrive in slimmer panels compared to their rival slate Apple iPad Air 2 (released in October 2014) which is only 6.1mm thick. If gossips turn out to be true, the new additions to the Galaxy Tab S series will have more premium look, enriched with metal frames.
The dare for the announcement of the slates is not revealed yet. The chances of seeing the devices at MWC 2015 are very slim because according to sources, Samsung is still working on the tablets. The current Samsung Galaxy Tab S slates sport mid-ranged specs. Therefore we expect that the successors of the models will be mid-rangers as well. What are your predictions for the upcoming tablets?