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Tab Into Color With Samsung On Their June 12th Event In The Big Apple

June 9, 2014 - Written By Jamil Bryant

Big things always happen in New York City, hence why they call it the Big Apple. New York City is home to the poor and rich and as well as its  prolific stadium, Madison Square Garden. The Gardens has housed huge events ranging from WWE’s first Wrestlemania to Kevin Harts comedic stand up, Let Me Explain. This time around New York City’s Madison Square Garden will be housing a new event, and from the teaser they showed us, its colorful. On June 12th in  New York City, Samsung Electronics will take the stage at Madison Square Garden with their event titled, The Samsung Galaxy Premiere. What we are to expect from the electronic giant is the introduction of the companies rumored Samsung Galaxy Tab S.

At the Samsung Galaxy Premiere, expect the company to unveil not just one, but two tablets. Both tablets will include a super AMOLED screen, sizes 8.4 inches and 10.5 inches. The two tablets will also include a screen resolution of 2560 x 1600. The Galaxy Tab S will be running an octa-core Exynos 5420 SoC with 3GB of RAM under the hood. Along with the RAM, 32GB of native storage will be available in the device. The cameras available on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S are a rear 8 megapixel and a front-facing one that is 2.1 megapixels. Just like Samsung’s flagship, The Samsung Galaxy S5, these two tablets will as well have a fingerprint sensor on the home button. With all of the newly packed hardware and crystal clear screen, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S will come pre-installed with Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat. The two tablets also have a feature called Ultra Power Saving Mode that will extend the device’s battery life and keep it running like the energizer bunny. Samsung decided to tease all of us with a video entitled, “Tab Into Color.” The theme of the entire video leaves viewers to speculate and believe that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S will come in an array of colors. You can take a look of the short teaser below.