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Samsung tries to beat iPad in China... again


Samsung tries to beat iPad in China... again

Olympic champion Massimiliano Rosolino presents the new tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab S at its European premiere on July 4, 2014. (Photo / IC)

Samsung tries to beat iPad in China... again
Samsung introduced its Galaxy Tab S to the Chinese electronics market Monday afternoon in Shanghai, and there is no doubt that this tab is going to prove itself as a major competitor in the market, especially to the highly popular Apple iPad Air with Retina display.

This time Samsung focuses on making the device the thinnest and lightest in this series. To add extra punch, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S comes loaded with some very new features.

Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S exudes perfect design, crisp and crystal clear display, super-duper performance and myriad of features and functionalities.

The tablet is equipped with Android's latest Kit-Kat operating system. It also packs in fingerprint sensors, higher RAM and higher resolution cameras compared to the iPad.

These tablets have longer-lasting battery, and ultra-power saving mode.

The tablets will come in two screen sizes, 8.4 inch and 10.5 inch, and will be available in two color options, Titanium Bronze and Dazzling White.

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