Not long ago, Samsung announced two high-end tablets called Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 and Galaxy Tab S2 9.7, both of them arriving with a 4:3 screen ratio. If you’re living in US and you’re wondering when these tablets will be available, well, the answer is starting today. Or at pre-order at least.

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You must know that the WiFi-only variant of Tab S2 is now available for pre-order right on Samsung’s own online US store that can be found here. The 8-inch slate will cost you $400, while the bigger 9.7 inch model is sold for $600 – available in three different color variants: black, white and gold.

If you’re interested more in the 4G-enabled slates, then you must wait a little more until some operators like AT&T or T-Mobile will announce the pre-order program. As it seems, AT&T will receive orders for the 9.7 inch tablet starting September 4, tablet that will cost you $0 with 20 monthly installments of $30. At T-Mobile this device will arrive one day earlier, on September 3.

  • Robert Jasiek

    Typo: $600 is $500.

  • Paman

    “Sad for Samsung”! Following iPad. Not a wide screen for watching 16:9 video.