Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Refresh Available in Canada with Rogers

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 will be soon available in Canada through Rogers.

According to a MobileSyrup document, the launch is expected to happen on July 20. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 in the document is a 2016 model, and no specific storage capacity options are listed in the document. The Tab S2 is not new, but a continuance of the 2016 model that Rogers is currently selling in branded retail stores.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 promotion and sales in Canada began in March for a no-term price of CAD799. With the addition of Tab S2 to the fray, buyers will now have a range of pricing options to pick from based on their needs.

The Tab S2 model comes with internal storage of 32 GB and is expandable to 128 GB with a microSD card.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 adopts a 9.7-inch form factor with 1536×2048 pixel resolution. The tablet comes in three color variants – white, black and gold.

Tab S2 comes with Qualcomm MSM 8976 processor, Octa-core 1.8 GHz and has a 2.1-megapixel frontal digital camera with auto-focus and flash, and 6,000 mAh battery with fast-charging functionality. It also has a finger print sensor for unlocking the device.  Samsung Tab S3 comes with Android Nougat and Tab S2 will soon be upgraded to Android Nougat on Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile.

With the re-entry of Samsung Tab S2 in Canada, Rogers will expand its offering to purchasers with slightly different hardware and operating system.

Rogers is a Canadian communications and media company headquartered in Toronto that provides wireless communication, cable television, internet connectivity and other telecommunications services. It is also engaged in radio and TV broadcasting, online shopping, magazines and digital media.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is priced at CAD720 for the no term option, or $30 CAD per thirty days with Easy Pay.

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