When it comes to Samsung’s products, much of the mobile world’s attention may have been lavished on its flagship, mostly because that’s both the most recent and so far the most notable. It has been quite a while since the Korean manufacturer put out anything that can be considered “innovative” when it comes to the tablet category. That, however, may soon change with the coming of the Galaxy Tab S2, which might be very well be successful in claiming the title of the world’s thinnest slate.
Its predecessor, the Galaxy Tab S, was quite grand. Back then, it was the slimmest of Samsung’s tablet roster, at only 6.6 mm thin. Bulk of the emphasis was put on the Super AMOLED display, which boasted of a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels, a rarity in mid-2014.
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