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Samsung launches Galaxy Tab S

Samsung launches Galaxy Tab S


Following on from the attached announcement from Samsung launching the Galaxy Tab S today, please find below a summary of NZ costs and a quote from one of Samsung’s retailers, Noel Leeming Group.

Breakdown of NZ costs for the WiFi Version Standard:
Galaxy Tab S 10.5 32 GB - $849 NZD
Galaxy Tab S 10.5 16GB - $749 NZD
Galaxy Tab S 8.5 16GB - $599 NZD

Reference from Jason Bell, Executive GM Merchandise at Noel Leeming Group:

"Tablets are only gaining in popularity and consumers demand a device that’s easy to use, looks great, and provides a great viewing experience. The Tab S will play directly into these consumer demands,” said Jason Bell, Executive General Manager Merchandise, Noel Leeming Group.

“Tablet sales are consistently strong and it clear that the category is a popular choice for New Zealanders who are surfing the web and watching television, the Tab S and it’s AMOLED screen are perfect for this,” said Jason Bell, Executive General Manager Merchandise, Noel Leeming Group.

“When Samsung showed us the Galaxy Tab S and its advances in mobile display technology, they demonstrated a device that delivers a wider range of rich and crisp colours with remarkable contrast. We saw a device that provides deeper and more realistic images,” said Jason Bell, Executive General Manager Merchandise, Noel Leeming Group.

“The visual experience is a demand that our customers communicate to us on the shop floor. We believe the Samsung Tab S is a standout product that will enables Kiwis to enjoy great visual media – whether that’s Game of Thrones, Graham Norton, TVNZ OnDemand or You Tube,” said Jason Bell, Executive General Manager Merchandise, Noel Leeming Group.

“The Samsung Tab S is a compelling product and we think Kiwis will come to believe it provides a superior viewing experience. It ticks all the boxes for the demands we hear from our customers – screen quality, design, and functionally,” said Jason Bell, Executive General Manager Merchandise, Noel Leeming Group.

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