New Delhi, Sept 2: Korean electronics giant Samsung launched the Galaxy Tab S2, priced at Rs 39,400 in Bengaluru on Wednesday. The Korean giant termed the Galaxy Tab S2 as the the world’s slimmest tablet.
According to reports, the 4G enabled tablet is just 5.6mm slim and weighs 392 gm, company officials said, adding “The devices will be available in three colours — gold, black and white — and are priced at Rs 39,400 and sales will start from today.”
Samsung India Electronics Director Product Marketing Manu Sharma told reporters, “This product is made in India… It is manufactured out of our Noida plant.”
The tablet has a 32GB internal storage, expandable up to 128 GB. Galaxy Tab S2 is equipped and pre-loaded with Microsoft Office solutions for ultimate productivity on the go like creating and editing documents, company officials said.
They further said the new device also has a new feature known as “Side Sync” that helps consumers replicate and control a smartphone or a laptop via the tablet itself.
Tab S2 also offers multitasking by allowing users to view and run two apps simultaneously.
(With Agency Inputs)