Pictures of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Leak Into the Wild
A Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 leaks into the wild! Just when you thought there were enough Galaxy Tab variations for every taste, need or style, Samsung up and pumps out yet another variation of their successful Galaxy tablet. When it comes to makes and models Samsung is no stranger to throwing an idea into the market place to see if it sticks. Take a look around your local gadget store and you’ll likely know what we mean. As the company phases out the Galaxy Tab 3’s for Galaxy Tab 4’s and Galaxy Tab Pro’s a new contender is making its way into the headlines, known now as the Galaxy Tab S 10.5.
Earlier this week details surrounding AMOLED based Galaxy Tabs surfaced into the headlines. The Galaxy Tab S series of tablet is expected to ship with AMOLED touch screens, a feat that has only been seen once before with Samsung’s tablet devices on the Galaxy Tab 7.7. Today thanks to SamMobile, a picture of the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 has surfaced into the rumor mill. While other sizes of the Tab S are expected, the 10.5 is pictured above. The tablet, as we are sure you could surmise starts with a 10.5 inch AMOLED touch screen that offers up a super clear 2560×1600 resolution. Underneath the hood the device is expected to ship with a highly capable Samsung Exynos 5420 system chip that sports a quad core ARM Cortex-A15 processor that clocks in at 1.9 GHz and a quad core ARM Cortex-A7 processor that clocks in at 1.3 GHz. Additionally specs reveal a 6 core Mali T628 GPU that clocks in at 533 MHz and 3 GB of RAM to keep it all running smoothly. Around back the Tab S 10.5 is expected to ship with an 8 mega pixel camera with full HD video recording as well as a front facing shooter that uses a 2.1 mega pixel sensor. Additionally we expect the tablet to sport WI-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, GPS, and come with an infra red blaster as well as a finger print scanner that is found on the Galaxy S5. The shape of the new tablet as you can see is pretty straight forward and in line with the rest of the company’s line up. The material on the rear of the tablet is however the same as the rear of the GS5. This design language may be indicative to the repositioning of tablets across Samsung line up. The Tab Pro’s take up the professional’s segment, while the Tab S devices fill in the high end consumer market and the original Tab’s continue to provide for the entry level tablet owner!
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