Samsung’s flagship tablet to have an incredible screen and slimline body
Samsung has announced the Galaxy Tab S2 as its latest high-spec tablet. The Tab S2 will launch worldwide in August and come with either an 8-inch or 9.7-inch screen. Both screens will run an incredible 2048×1536 Super AMOLED screen that will allow 94 per cent of natural colour tones to be seen. Its predecessor, the Tab S, had a glorious screen as well so we are expecting big things in terms of visuals from the Tab S2.
It is thinner than its bigger brother at just 5.6mm and the 9.7-inch option will weigh a mere 389g, making it both thinner and lighter than the iPad Air 2.
The 9.7-incher is powered by a 5,870mAh battery, the 8-incher uses a 4,000mAh battery and both run an octa-core Exynos 7 processor that combines a quad-core A57 1.9GHz processor and a quad-core A53 1.3GHz processor, so it should have some power behind it.
Discover all the amazing things you can do with the Samsung Galaxy Tab
The Galaxy Tab series has been Samsung’s tablet range since the first one was released in 2010. There are now dozens of versions of the Galaxy Tab and with so many versions on the market it can be difficult to know what you can do with each model.
Luckily, the Samsung Galaxy Tab: The Complete Manual is here to help, with loads of helpful, easy-to-follow tutorials and guides. You can learn everything from the complete basics to how to pair it up with an Android Wear device as well as many more things besides.
You can buy Samsung Galaxy Tab: The Complete Manual in all good newsagents and supermarkets as well as online here.
The camera is one of the best features of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge – take better pictures with these expert tips
Samsung has made a huge leap forward in its camera technology with the snappers in the front and back of the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge. Therefore, we’ve decided to show you how to really get the most out of these pieces of kit.
Discover all the incredible things you can do with the Samsung Galaxy range with this brand new bookazine.
It is packed with hints and tips to help you get the most out of your Samsung Galaxy device, whether it is a smartphone like the S4, S5 and Note or a tablet, like the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
There are tutorials on a whole host of topics from the very basics in setting up your device to more advanced tutorials on apps, activating smart gestures, and syncing your device with Google Drive.
This will be an invaluable guide to all Galaxy users, whether this is you have owned one before, this is your first Galaxy or if this is even your first smartphone. The easy-to-follow tutorials have something for everyone and will prove a useful companion for all users.
IKEA is to make a furniture line that is able to wirelessly charge your smartphone.
Wireless charging is very much a headline issue at the moment with the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge the latest to offer cable-free charging.
With this in mind, Swedish furniture giant IKEA has said that it is planning on launching a range of tables, desks and other furniture that can wirelessly charge your phone using Qi technology.
This uses inductive coils to create an electromagnetic field, which can charge your phone once you place it on a cradle, providing it is compatible with the Qi technology.
Get to grips with Samsung Galaxy basics and beyond thanks to the revised Samsung Galaxy for Beginners.
As new versions of Samsung’s phenomenally successful Galaxy range are launched, there is a whole heap of extra features to get your head around. Luckily, we’ve got the answer in the form of the Samsung Galaxy for Beginners Third Revised Edition.
It is packed full of useful information for everyone from first time users to those who have owned every one to date. It has got in-depth start up guides and introductions to the phone series as well as tutorials, hints and tips on everything from getting the most out of your battery to sharing files with Dropbox.
The Samsung Galaxy for Beginners Third Revised Edition is your essential companion if you want to get the most out of your smartphone and has been written by the same people who bring you Android magazine month after month.