Samsung has finally unveiled the long-rumoured Samsung Galaxy Tab S, which was announced during a press event from the company earlier today, revealing two new models that come with 8.4 inch and 10.5 inch screens.

Both of the tablets use a Super AMOLED screen, and both are sized at just 6.6mm thin, and will be available in either a white or a bronze design.

Both of the tablets also feature  a 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution, allowing users to watch high definition content like Netflix with good quality. There’s also a new app to be included with the tablets called Photogarden that will deliver digital versions of various magazines.

The tablets will also come with a free 6 month subscription to The Economist.

We know that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S will launch in July in the US, priced at $399 and $499 for the Wi-Fi only 8.4 and 10.5 respective tabs, and the LTE model will be available shortly after for an unknown price.

At the moment we don’t know UK pricing.

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