Samsung launched the upgraded version of the Galaxy Tab S2 lineup with changes to key hardware configurations in April. Now, Sam Mobile, citing an anonymous source, has finally revealed the prices of both high-end Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 2016 models and the mid-range Galaxy Tab A 10.1.
The Wi-Fi only model of the Galaxy Tab S2 with 8.0-inch display will reportedly cost 349 euros (about $397), whereas the LTE model will set the buyers back by 469 euros (about $534). The LTE variant of the Galaxy Tab S2 with 9.7-inch display, on the other hand, has been priced at 539 euros (roughly $614). The Wi-Fi only model will cost 419 euros (roughly $477).
In the case of Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1, Sam Mobile says the LTE model will set the buyers back by 349 euros, while the Wi-Fi only variant will come with a price tag of 289 euros (about $329).
Speaking of color choices, both 8.0-inch and 9.7-inch display clad models of the Galaxy Tab S2 will be made available in gold hue, along with the traditional white and black versions. The Galaxy Tab A 10.1, on the other hand, will apparently be made available in standard black and white hues.
These devices are expected to hit the store shelves in the U.S. eventually. However, Samsung has not hinted at the official release date yet.
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S series is one of the well-received Android tablets across the globe. The refreshed Tab S2, tied to the model number T719N, comes powered by a 64-bit octa-core (Qualcomm Snapdragon 652) processor, while the original version uses an Exynos 5433 chipset.
To top it off, the new versions come with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow OS out of the box, whereas the original version runs Android 5.0.2 Lollipop. However, other specifications and the exterior design are identical to the original version.