Samsung is working on the AMOLED family of tablets

The fight on the tablet market is so fierce that you still have to put on sale new, better models, because the competition is not asleep and can easily pick up customers. Samsung perfectly understands the rules here, so it plans to announce a new line of tablets that will be equipped with AMOLED screens.

New devices for the Korean giant to get OLED displays have been mentioned since the beginning of this year, but little is known about them yet. The leak only results in the family of devices being named Galaxy Tab S and consist of two models with 8.4 “and 10.5” screens, in both cases offering a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels, exactly as they are. Now Galaxy NotePro and Galaxy TabPRO devices.

OLED screens will not be the only novelty that will come with upcoming tablets. Unofficially, it is suggested that a biometric sensor similar to that available on the Galaxy S5. As mentioned in the smartphone, the sensor will be in the Home button and will offer a variety of features, such as PayPal payment authorization, file security, and login to various services.

And what can we expect of a technical specification? Although official details are not known, it does not bother the media speculate. It is said that the heart of the Galaxy Tab S will be Exynos processor. This move is aimed at reducing Samsung’s dependence on Qualcomm chips. The processor is supposed to work with 3 GB of memory, plus we can count on an LTE modem.

Other features include an 8 megapixel rear camera with a 2.1 megapixel front-facing camera, Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi, GPS with Glonass, and NFC. There will also be an IR transmitter to control audio-video equipment, and the operating system will be Android 4.4 KitKat.

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