samsung galaxy tab 10.5

The Galaxy Tab S is Samsung’s latest Android 4.4 OS tablet, built with amazing features for the most superb tablet experience yet.

With 8 hours of battery life, a stunning 10.5 inch screen, and a really cool, slim and light design that is comparatively lighter and thinner than any other tablet you can find in the Nigerian market. It’s the perfect product for the upwardly mobile and tech savvy generation.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S is the first Samsung tablet to be fitted with the amazingly surreal Super AMOLED display and a 1600 x 2560 (double-HD) that look totally exquisite on a 10.5 inch screen.

With the Galaxy Tab S, you will never miss a beat. Send and receive voice calls while multitasking? Easy. Simultaneously talk and transfer photos, web browser URLs or even screen shots to the other person’s phone with a simple drag and drop action. How cool is that?

And it gets better. The Galaxy Tab S is extra secure with a fingerprint reader. You also get free goodies like popular e-magazines and 50GB Dropbox storage.

The Galaxy Tab S comes in two stylish colour options — white and titanium bronze. Like the Samsung Galaxy S5, the Tab S has a premium dimpled back that not only makes it great to hold (and keeps it from falling), but also gives it a really chic, modern and urban look.

If you already have a Samsung Galaxy device, you can experience the Samsung Galaxy Tab S right now! Simply go to the Samsung App Store, download the Galaxy Tab S App for free, and get a feel for what this new tablet can do.

Enhance your everyday life with the brilliant Samsung GALAXY Tab S. Click here to order now.

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