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Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 released to carriers

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 released to carriers

This week Samsung revealed the carrier version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, a tablet made to match the Galaxy S6 smartphone series. This device will be released to T-Mobile first, arriving on September 3rd on store shelves across the United States. This release is part of what T-Mobile is branding "the summer of Samsung", including the Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ too!

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S2: smaller, thinner, almost the same

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2: smaller, thinner, almost the same

After a brief period of leaks and rumors, Samsung has finally made official the Galaxy Tab S2. The second in its rather new Galaxy Tab S line, these new Android slabs boast of the same things that made the first one noteworthy, specifically the slim profiles and high quality display. Somewhat strangely, though Samsung has further slimmed down the Galaxy Tab S2 to be more handy, it has seemingly also reduced the pixel resolution, which might disappoint a few of the fans of the first generation.

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Galaxy Tab S2 seen at TENAA, FCC, could win thinnest title

Galaxy Tab S2 seen at TENAA, FCC, could win thinnest title

When it comes to Samsung's products, much of the mobile world's attention may have been lavished on its flagship, mostly because that's both the most recent and so far the most notable. It has been quite a while since the Korean manufacturer put out anything that can be considered "innovative" when it comes to the tablet category. That, however, may soon change with the coming of the Galaxy Tab S2, which might be very well be successful in claiming the title of the world's thinnest slate.

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BlackBerry announces SecuTablet, a modified Galaxy Tab S

BlackBerry announces SecuTablet, a modified Galaxy Tab S

BlackBerry has just revealed a new tablet, but don't worry, it's not a follow-up to the flop that was the company's PlayBook. It's called the SecuTablet, and it's basically a modified version of Samsung's Galaxy Tab S 10.5, albeit with a strong focus on data security. The device is a result of BlackBerry's purchase of security firm Secusmart last year, as well as a software partnership with IBM. The SecuTablet is part of BlackBerry's attempts to find success in targeting the corporate and government security sectors.

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See The Hunger Games Mockingjay Trailer 1 with Samsung

See The Hunger Games Mockingjay Trailer 1 with Samsung

The power of cross-branding continues to flow through the veins of Samsung mobile, this time taking to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 with a campaign similar to that of the Jay Z release with the Galaxy S4. With the Samsung Galaxy S4, users were able to preview, then download the entirety of Jay Z’s then-new album Magna Carta Holy Grail. This time around, trailers and exclusive previews will be shared.

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Galaxy Tab S vs iPad Air: Spec War

Galaxy Tab S vs iPad Air: Spec War

If you’re thinking of picking up a tablet in the near future, two clear options will hit you direct in the face as soon as you enter a store like Best Buy. Samsung and Apple are vying for your attention, and they’ve both got tablets that are ready to take on your basic needs with specifications that blast most competitors out of the water. Which is best? The answer isn’t so simple.

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Galaxy Tab S 10.1 VS Pro VS Note 12.2

Galaxy Tab S 10.1 VS Pro VS Note 12.2

This week Samsung has revealed a couple new tablets, both with the name Galaxy Tab S, ready to fall in and create even more confusion for those of you out there trying to tell the difference between models. Samsung is the number one contributor of varied tablet models to the world right now, creating more screen sizes and different iterations of tablets than we care to take count of. Today’s variety will have you baffled beyond belief without a guide such as this.

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