By Ron Mertens
Samsung today announced two new AMOLED tablets, the Galaxy Tab S2 9.7-inch and Galaxy Tab 8-inch. Both tablets adopt QXGA (2048×1536) Super AMOLED displays (263 PPI on the 9.7″ and 320 PPI on the 8″).
Those AMOLED displays are actually of lower density than those used in the first-gen Tab S tablets (which were WQXGA, or 2560×1600 or 287/359 PPI). Samsung however says that the Tab S2 OLEDs are “newly optimized” and deliver 94% of the Adobe RGB standard for true-to-life colors. The new aspect ratio (the tablets are not as wide as the Tab S ones) is better for reading, too.
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