New Galaxy Tab S from Samsung boasts advanced AMOLED display

Bangalore,  July 12, 2014 - Samsung Electronics'  thinnest and lightest device with Super AMOLED display -- the Galaxy Tab S -- goes on sale in India from next week.

Available in 10.5 inch and 8.4 inch versions, the new Galaxy Tab S is powered with enhanced productivity features for effortless multitasking. Its  WQXGA (2560x1600, 16:10) Super AMOLED display delivers more than 90% of Adobe RGB color coverage – expressing more colors than ever before – and has a  100,000:1 contrast ratio which provides deeper and more realistic images by making blacks darker and whites brighter.The tablet’s Adaptive Display ensures the best visual experience anywhere, anytime by intelligently adjusting gamma, saturation and sharpness based on the application being viewed, the color temperature of the viewing environment and ambient lighting. Pre-set professional modes – AMOLED Cinema and AMOLED Photo – also let users manually adjust the display settings for bright, dynamic results for both video and photo content.In addition, users can fully enjoy content clearly and easily outdoors, even in bright sunlight. The tablet’s advanced outdoor visibility technology makes on-screen content look bright, natural, and easy to view.

Both the Galaxy Tab S tablets are light and easy to carry, having a  6.6mm profile and at only 467g (10.5 inch) and 298g (8.4 inch). It is  powered by Exynos 5 Octa-core core processor  with 3GB RAM and a 16 GB of internal memory which is expandable to 128 GB,  comes with  Android’s latest Kit-Kat operating system and has an 8 megapixel rear 

The Galaxy Tab S is made for entertainment and comes  with a variety of content including: 100 free HD movies,  from Magzter 21 leading Indian magazines with a 3 month subscription and 15,000 Marvel Comics through 3 months of unlimited free membership to Marvel’s “Marvel Unlimited” app.

Galaxy Tab S range will be available in India from next week at  around  Rs  37,800  for 8.4 inch & Rs  44,800 forthe 10.5 inch variant.