Samsung is toting that they're all about color these days with their displays, from their "tab into color" event held earlier last month to unveil the Galaxy Tab S to the recent TV commercial that had been uploaded to YouTube called "turning up the color" and apparently directed by Jake Scott, who commonly directs other TV commercials and film. Before you rush to YouTube or the source link below to look for the video and watch it,(normally we would have posted it here)it appears that it may have been pulled. Upon attempting to watch the video of the commercial ourselves, it came back with an error and hitting the button to watch it on YouTube provided us with no results either.
This is the third TV commercial for the Galaxy Tab S that Samsung will be putting out, focusing on the superior quality of the Super AMOLED display that users can expect to interact with when they purchase a Galaxy Tab S. Samsung believes that the screen on the Galaxy Tab S is unrivaled and they want to show consumers that there is no better device for an exceptional viewing experience. This is also conveyed with a statement from Samsung's Executive VP of Global marketing Younghee Lee, who stated that "There is no other tablet on the market that can compete with the unrivaled viewing experience, innovative design aesthetics, and industry-leading productivity features of the Galaxy Tab S"
The Galaxy Tab S comes in both 10.5-inch and 8.4-inch models, and both tablets are now on sale here in the U.S. as of June 27th which was just a few days ago. You can find the tablets at a handful of online and brick and mortar retailers including Amazon and Samsung's own website, for $399 if you want to pick yourself an 8.4-inch model and $499 if you're looking to grab a 10.5-inch model. Both tablets also come in two colors, White and Titanium Bronze, with a gold trim around the edges. The Galaxy Tab S also carries the same perforated looking back as the Galaxy S5 which everyone already knows but should have also been expected. Both models also come in 16GB and 32GB internal storage models.