The Galaxy Tab S2 is so thin and light that it almost seems like someone digitized a piece of paper. This is one gorgeous display, too. The Super AMOLED screen delivers richer colors and deeper blacks than the iPad Air 2. The tablet is especially compelling if you own both a Samsung phone and a Samsung TV, because of how well this tablet’s software integrates with those devices. But even if you don’t live in Samsung world, you’ll appreciate this slate’s multitasking performance when using features like multiwindow.
What keeps the Tab S2 from being an Editors’ Choice pick is its below-average battery life.
Of course, 7.5 hours isn’t bad, but other tablets with the same size display last 9 hours or longer on a charge.
No AnTuTu score, but other benchmarks were done.
It’s supposed to be in stores (read: Best Buy) this Thursday, September 3rd. I doubt I’ll be rushing to a store to get disappointed by their absence. I’ll wait.
Samsung got their new phones in Best Buy the day of their announcement. I don’t think they care that much about tablets.