Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S, a unique tablet that stood above its competition, was released in 2014. It was Samsung’s first ever tablet that brought an AMOLED display – most of devices that carry AMOLED displays are smartphones. It seems to be appropriate to have a successor for it as it’s approaching the one-year anniversary of the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
Before anything else, this is just a speculation. So don’t take this too seriously until official words are spoken from Samsung themselves. Even the existence of this successor is debatable! With that said, model code SM-T825 has recently been spotted in the Indian import tracking database, Zauba, and people are speculating that it could very well be the new Galaxy Tab S.
What made us think so? The model name for the current Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S is SM-T800/805. It’s only appropriate that the new model code name of SM-T825 be a new tablet for Samsung. It may be a newer version of the tablet that comes with 4G support! Leaks also indicated that the new line will come in a pair of products. The size of the new Galaxy Tab will be different, however.
Samsung was reported to have displays with 4:3 aspect ratio instead of the usual 16:10 aspect ratio. Chances are, the new Galaxy Tab S may have a 10.5 inch display with 4:3 aspect ratio, with a full metal casing. Sources revealed that they may also have a 3,580 mAH cell, smaller than current Galaxy Tab S.
What do you think of the new successor, if the rumors and the speculations are true? What new features do you think it should carry? Let us know in the comments below!