Galaxy Tab S AMOLED Screen Poses For The Camera In Leaked Image

Samsung's yet unannounced Galaxy Tab S seems to have gotten a leaked image in the sammobile forums today by someone calling themselves JK Shin(funny right?)The image shows off the bright and vibrant colors of the screen which is said to be AMOLED, and sporting a 2,560 x 1,600 resolution. This won't be the only Galaxy Tab S tablet but rather it will be part of a new line of tablets that Samsung is getting geared up to announce and show off on June 12th next month, and Galaxy Tab S more refers to the line up of tablets that are to be produced that come with the new AMOLED screens and all should be adorned with the particular name.

The tablet in this picture looks like a Galaxy Tab S with a 10.5-inch screen, but Samsung should also be unveiling another device in the lineup with an 8.5-inch screen as well. The image shows off the tablet from the front as well as the back, but certain details which might have helped deduce any further information have been blurred out unfortunately. The most important part is the color of the display, which seems to come through and show off some very bright contrast even in a lower quality picture like this one. What the display actually looks like in person may vary from this though.

There's only a couple more weeks before we find out more details on both the 10.5-inch and the 8.5-inch tablets in the upcoming Galaxy Tab S line, but for now here is a specs recap of what's to be expected from the 10.5-inch tablet on the inside. Along with the large AMOLED screen with a 2,560 x 1,600 resolution, we should also see the 8MP rear and 2.1MP front cameras. The processor is expected to be built in house, with the device using the Samsung Exynos octa-core 5420 chip, made up of four 1.9GHz Cortex A15 cores and four 1.3GHz Cortex A7 cores. The device is also expected to be running Android 4.4 kit kat out of the box, come with Bluetooth 4.0 LE support and wifi 802.11 b/g/n/ac. The tablet is also said to be coming in an LTE variant of the device that we will likely see get picked up by at least one carrier.

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