Posted by Asif S. 7 months ago

Video survey shows people preferring Super AMOLED display over competition

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Since the launch of the Galaxy Tab S, Samsung is continuously trying to showcase the superiority of its latest Super AMOLED display. In a latest video survey by Samsung, passengers boarding the ‘Tab Cab’ were asked to pick the best screen out of 4 different tablets. Out of 20, 17 people preferred Super AMOLED screen used in the Galaxy Tab S over LCD screens used in competing tablets.

Just to remind you, the Galaxy Tab S comes with either 8.4 or 10.5 inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels, fingerprint scanner, octa-core or quad core processor (varying by region) and 3GB of RAM. There is also an 8MP rear camera and 2.1MP front camera. You can watch the ‘Take a ride in the Tab Cab’ video by Samsung right here.

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8 comments on “Video survey shows people preferring Super AMOLED display over competition

  1. gtone339 7 months ago said:
  2. carlomagno1978 7 months ago said:

    Nice, let’s wait for the galaxy tab s2

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  3. AquilaSol 7 months ago said:

    Too bad 10.5″ is too small. Imagine, if you will, 12.2″ glorious sAMOLED……..

    So I’ll stick with my NotePro, maybe in 3 years there’ll be a NotePro sAMOLED..

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  4. bakkasimo 7 months ago said:

    how mach this !!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  5. bakkasimo 7 months ago said:

    primero savemos cuanto vale i despues la comentamos jejeje

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  6. zrogeass 7 months ago said:

    at least Apple give updates to their users, not like Samsung that abandoned galaxy s3 users with a buggy 4.3 update.

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    • vandevandel 7 months ago said:

      Apple’s still selling iPhone4S. I’m curious to see how many update will have someone who buy a brand new iphone 4S right now…

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  7. faijas faiju 7 months ago said:

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