Model Names For Samsung’s Upcoming Galaxy Tab S Tablets Leak

February 13, 2015 - Written By Kristijan Lucic

Just as we released one report which regards Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S tablets another one came in. The previous report from SamMobile claimed that Samsung is currently working on the second-gen Galaxy Tab S tablets, it also revealed model numbers for the two devices (SM-T710 and SM-T810). These two devices will quite probably resemble the last year’s models, at least in terms of specifications, I doubt Samsung will make some huge changes in terms of that, both those tablets are still plenty powerful. Their design is a mystery though, we’ll see what happens, but I do expect Samsung to include some metal in the build of both of them, they are the company’s premium offerings after all.

I mentioned a new report earlier, so let’s check out what’s new. This new leak doesn’t exactly reveal all that much, but a well-known leaker, @upleaks, apparently managed to get its hands on the model name list for the upcoming Galaxy Tab S devices in various markets. There are quite a few of these model names, so I won’t list them here, you can check them out below this article, they’re all listed in the image included there. We’re still waiting on some info regarding the specifications of these two tablets though, that would be far more interesting that the model name numbers we got this time around, of course.

Both of these devices are expected to launch in June, or at least mid-2015. I’m only guessing at this point, we don’t have any information regarding the release date, but the first-gen models were released in June, so it makes sense. Samsung Galaxy Tab S devices are in my humble opinion one of the best tablet offerings of 2014, and I do hope that the company will improve upon that this time around and release something truly great in a couple of months. Have you had the chance to use either of these two devices since they were released? Perhaps you own one of them? Let us know what you think in the comments, we’d love to hear from you, as always.

2nd-gen Galaxy Tab S model names leak