It has been quite some time since Samsung released a high-end tablet which is why there’s a lot of hype for the Galaxy Tab S2, a new flagship tablet that the company is expected to announce next month. While Samsung has not shown off the tablet just yet we have seen renders of the Galaxy Tab S2 that provide us with hints about the tablet’s design. The latest 3D renders of the Galaxy Tab S2 do just the same.
To be clear these are not leaked press photos of the tablet, the source itself says that these are 3D renders that have been created using “genuine” schematics maps of the Galaxy Tab S2. Thus the possibility exists that there might be slight differences between what you see here and what Samsung officially unveils next month. The renders make it clear that this tablet is built around a metal frame with two drawers on the right edge for microSD and SIM cards, as well as the power button and the two volume control buttons. The tablet also appears to have bottom firing dual speakers, a microUSB port and a headphone jack at the bottom. The back appears plain enough with the rear camera present up top.
As we have already reported, the Galaxy Tab S2 is going to have the latest 64-bit Exynos processor with 3GB RAM, 32GB onboard storage, 8-megapixel rear and 2.1-megapixel front camera, Cat. 6 LTE and Android 5.0 Lollipop. The tablet will be available in two display sizes, 8-inch and 9.7-inch, with the same 4:3 Super AMOLED 2048 x 1536 pixel resolution panel.