The rumor mill has been pointing to Samsung’s stake on outfitting their new tablets with OLED displays. These colorful clear OLED display panels have been fitted on their flagship smartphones however, most of the company’s slates were fitted by LCD screens. Now, there are plenty of details that have been in the round to support the idea, read on after the virtual jump.
SM-T700 and SM-T800 have been surfaced to feature the new OLED hardware, it’s reported to have ultra-high resolution of 2560 x 1600 and panel sizes of 8.4 inches and 10.5 inches, respectively. The two models will be available in WiFi-only and LTE versions —-desirably for the new series of Galaxy Tab S tablets.
Looking on how Samsung decide on what chips to run these devices, it seemed the company will drop an Exynos 5 Octa SoCs for the Tab S range but we can always consider the Snapdragon chips for higher LTE version of the device.
We can also consider the fingerprint scanner to be like what’s on the Galaxy S5 which is embedded in the home button, mainly this will be more manageable in terms of getting same technologies for multiple devices.
Regarding the aesthetics, the Tab S might be lighter and slimmer when compared with the current Tab models. It could also featured the GS5-styled back panel as well may be in white or gray color.
Though the rumor might have here and there for quite awhile, still there are no solid evidence that will cement the new OLED-based tablets, so as usual you can take this rumor with a grain of salt.