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Samsung Galaxy tablet royal rumble for 1st half of 2014

Samsung has lots of tablets though thankfully fewer in number than its smartphones. Still, it's quite easy to get lost in a sea of models, names and specs of devices announced in the first half of this year alone. If you're curious to see what Samsung has to offer in terms of the big bad boys of Android devices, then come along as we look back at the different kinds of new tablets that the manufacturer has unleashed so far.

Samsung unveils accessories for new Galaxy Tab S

Any self-respecting product launch, especially one from leading global gadget manufacturers like Samsung, would not be complete without the accompanying accessories to match its premium products. And at the South Korean smartphone giant’s Premiere 2014 event in New York City today, they also unveiled a number of accessories that come with its high end Galaxy Tab S tablets.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S leak: thin, sleek but heavy

The official announcement of the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S is still a few days away, but already leaked pictures are causing much excitement among Android die-hards. What’s most noticeable based on the images is that it is indeed thin and sleek (6.6mm) but apparently not such a lightweight, with its 465g weight.

Samsung 10.5-inch AMOLED tablet tipped in the works

There have been several reports dealing with Samsung and new model tablets. A report from earlier in the month brought details about a pair of tablets with AMOLED display and more recently, it looks like Samsung may be working on a similar device with a 10.5-inch display. The report comes by way of the Korean language ETNews and suggests an announcement could be coming as soon as next month.

Samsung may be bringing AMOLED screens back to their tablet lineup

At one time, Samsung tablets were AMOLED, the popular display technology present on their smartphones. Recently, Samsung has moved away form that technology for tablets, instead opting to utilize LCD panels. A new report out of Korea suggests they may be getting back to center, and putting AMOLED back on the tablet map.
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