Samsung’s New Galaxy Tablet Has A Better Resolution Than The iPad Air

This week Samsung has unveiled two new additions to its line of tablets. Didn’t think tablets could get any more complex? Well they sure can, the new Galaxy Tab S devices are the thinnest and lightest tablets with top of the line display screen graphics. Samsung claims that the Galaxy Tab S line has the most advanced display screen technology. The 10.5 inch Galaxy Tab S offers an impressive 288 ppi compared to Apple’s iPad Air with only 264 ppi.┬áSamsung is surely setting the bar higher than ever for the mobile industry with these complex tablets.
So what does this new tablet design have packed if it’s so thin? Even if this is one of the thinnest tablets designs yet, the Galaxy Tab S has a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels and a 16:10 ratio. The screen delivers a more realistic image because of its high, compacted resolution.

It delivers more than 90 percent of Adobe’s RGB color coverage. The Galaxy Tab S also uses advanced outdoor technology, which makes it easier to view in sunny or dark situations. Both of the new tablet models, the 8.4 and 10.5 inch are super slim, measuring around 6.6 mm deep which makes them one of the lightest tablets on the market. The new models also have extended battery life, which is a great perk for everyone on the go.

It is estimated that these improved tablets will be available in July or pre-ordered at a number of outlets which include Sears, Best Buy and Amazon. However, they aren’t the cheapest. These new models will run about $399 for the 8.4 inch and $499 for the 10.5 inch WiFi models. If you are a tablet fanatic; this release isn’t one to miss.
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