There have been rumors about Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 and S2 9.7 since February of this year and now there are reports that both the models have earned the Korean certification. The Radio Research Agency (RRA) which comes under the Korean Communications Commission (KCC) has certified these two tablets with model numbers SM-T715 and SM-T815.
Previously Tab S 8.4 and Tab S 10.5 were released in 2014, but Samsung has made a minor correction by manufacturing the comparatively user-friendly and compact models. The devices are expected to feature Samsung’s 64 bit Exynos 5433 Processor under a QHD Super AMOLED display having a resolution of 2048 x 1536 with aspect ratio of 4:3. Specifications may include a 3 GB RAM, 32 GB internal memory, microSD support, 4G LTE, 8 MP rear and a 2.1 MP front shooter.
With a thickness of 5.4 mm, both the tablets will be operated on Android Lollipop, while Android M may be available as a future upgrade. According to a report, Wi-Fi Tab S2 8.0 is claimed to cost $441, while Wi-Fi Tab S2 9.7 will cost $550. Moreover, separate WiFi variants will also be released. We hope that these devices will give some tough competition to Nexus 9 and next iPad Air.