New Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Galaxy J5, and Galaxy J7 evidence emerges

So far this week, we’ve had a couple great opportunities to check out one of Samsung’s upcoming tablets, the Galaxy Tab S2. This model will mark Samsung’s embrace of the 4:3 aspect ratio far more common on the iOS side of the fence, but recently making inroads with Android, as well. Instead of taking a look at another render, today we turn our attention to some specs, upon the discover of User Agent Profile files for not just the Tab S2, but also a couple Samsung handsets, the Galaxy J5 and Galaxy J7.

With the Tab S2, there’s not much new, and this mainly serves as confirmation. UAProfs for Samsung models SM-T710, T810, T715, and T815 represent the S2 in its two size options, as well as WiFi/LTE configurations. All show the expected 2K-class 4:3-aspect 2048 x 1536 resolution.

For the J models we get something a little more useful, as we didn’t have a hard resolution measurement for either. Well, we heard the J5 would have an HD screen, and while we assumed that might mean 720p, it’s taken until now for that 1280 x 720 resolution to be spelled out. The J7 should keep that same 720p resolution, though previous rumors have suggested it will get a 5.5-inch panel, as opposed to the J5’s 5-inch screen.

Source: Samsung 1,2,3 (XML)
Via: SamMobile

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