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Samsung Galaxy Tab S tablets debut in India, priced starting INR 37,800

Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5-inch
Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5-inch

Samsung has announced the launch of its Galaxy Tab S series in the Indian market today. Sporting the Super AMOLED display, these are the company’s flagship tablets for the consumers.

Already on sale in select countries, the Galaxy Tab S tablets have been getting rave reviews and has even been called Samsung’s best tablets till date by some.

Coming to the Indian launch, the company has released the 3G versions of the 10.5-inch and 8.4-inch models in the country and they have been priced at INR 44,800 and INR 37,800 respectivly. The Tab S will go on sale beginning second week of July.

To remind you, Samsung Galaxy Tab S series features 2560x1600p display, 1.3GHz Exynos 5 Octa processor, 3GB of RAM and Android 4.4. The tablets also pack 8MP rear camera with LED flash, 2.1MP front shooter, 16GB of on-board storage, microSD card slot and fingerprint scanner. You can check out the full specifications later in the report.

As always, the company has also included a number of software enhancements in the tablets like Adaptive display, which intelligently adjusting gamma, saturation, and sharpness based on the application being viewed, colour temperature of the viewing environment and ambient lighting. Other enhancements include Ultra-power saving mode, multi-user mode, kids mode, side sync and quick connect.

Samsung is also offering a number of goodies called Galaxy Gifts with Tab S like free subscription to premium services, free movies etc. You can read more about the Galaxy Gifts on Samsung website.

5 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy Tab S tablets debut in India, priced starting INR 37,800

  1. Price is ?3000 higher than iPAD mini and iPAD Air respectively.
    Also, there seems to be WiFi only options.

    These are doomed to fail like Galaxy S5 because of absurd pricing.

  2. Yes…399 bucks in US and ? 38000 in India…means they are selling it for ? 24000 in US…coz Samsung thinks Indians are way too richer than…Thumbs down…Crapsung

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