Samsung is shaking up the Tablet scene with an ultra-thin & lightweight Galaxy Tab S

By IAfrica
In Nigeria
Sep 3rd, 2014

Have you guys checked out the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S? Its Samsung’s latest Android 4.4 OS tablet. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S is superbly surreal and awesome to use!

It boasts a 8-hours long battery life, a stunning screen and a really cool slim and light design, it’s a perfect product for the upward mobile savvy people. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S is available in 10.5″, which is comparatively lighter and thinner than any other Tab you can find in the market. Continue…

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S is the first Samsung tablet to be fitted with the highly praised Super AMOLED display and a 1600 x 2560 (double-HD) resolution, makes for one high quality display.

Be amazed by the GALAXY Tab S great portability and premium design, complete with sleek edges. See its slimness through its design. Feel its lightness as you grab it. The Galaxy Tab S is currently one of the thinnest and lightest tablets available in the Nigerian market.

The Galaxy Tab S comes in “white” and “titanium bronze” with a light goldish brown trim and premium dimpled back, similar to the Samsung Galaxy S5, which gives it a really chic, modern and urban look.

Also, with the new GALAXY Tab S you can send and receive voice calls while multitasking. Simultaneously talk and transfer photos, web browser’s URL or even screen shots to the other person’s phone with a simple drag and drop action…how cool is that?

In addition, Samsung added a fingerprint reader (still a rarity on tablets) and free goodies like popular magazines and 50GB Dropbox storage.

If you are still on the fence about the The  Samsung Galaxy Tab S you can go to the Samsung App store and download the Galaxy Tab S App for free. The App basically brings to life the entire expereince of the Tab on anySamsung Galaxy  device.

So go ahead guys, enhance your everyday life now with the brilliant Samsung GALAXY Tab S.

This post has already been read 2 times!

This post was originally published on this site

Comments are closed.