Galaxy Tab S 10.5 Appears in Samsung's Support Pages



We've been hearing a lot about Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Tab S tablets and while the device's are all set for an announcement next month, we just keep on seeing these new devices pop up all over the place. After yesterday's look at the fingerprint sensor and the fact that the Galaxy Tab S tablets are to feature the same ultra power saving mode that the Galaxy S5 does, we're now seeing support pages pop up all over the net. Support pages for the upcoming Galaxy Tab S 10.5, the SM-T800 have been spotted on official Samsung pages.


In Spain and Venezuela, pages for the Galaxy Tab S 10.5 are up to take a look at, but they don't offer too much info and are obviously more placeholders than anything at this point. Still, to see these sites go up could be a sign that Samsung is gearing up for a launch throughout Europe and the Americas, perhaps not too long after the official launch of the devices themselves. A lot of people are looking forward to the Galaxy Tab S line as both the 8.4-inch and 10.5-inch versions are to feature 2560 x 1600 AMOLED displays, the first tablets from Samsung to see such a display since the expensive Galaxy Tab 7.7. On the inside though, these are rumored to be potent devices as well, with Samsung's latest Exynos Octa-Core CPU and 3GB of RAM.

Packed with features, it doesn't look like we have too much longer to wait and see what these devices have in store for us as Samsung is holding an event in New York on June 12th. While we're not so sure these tablets will be as affordable as we might like, we have a good idea of what they might be priced at and we're sure Samsung doesn't want to price these guys out of the market. Especially as Apple will have a new tablet on shelves before long and Microsoft's latest Surface is to be even cheaper than before, complete with an Intel Core i3 CPU.

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