Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy Tab S lineup next month at a New York press event, but it looks like the company may have leaked out a little too much info ahead of the official launch. Support pages for the rumored 10.5-inch AMOLED tablet popped up today on Samsung’s Spanish and Venezuelan websites. Here’s a quick screen grab we took on one of them:
Both pages simply listed a device called the SM-T800, though this model number was previously linked to the upcoming Android tablet. There’s no other information to be learned, though the leaked webpages suggest the Galaxy Tab S lineup could get an international launch right off the bat. Based on previous reports we’re expecting the new tablets to feature 2560×1600 displays, 8-megapixel rear cameras, 2.1-megapixel front-facing cameras and to run Android 4.4 out of the box. A handful of leaked photo also suggest the back could offer the same pock-marked plastic introduced with the Galaxy S5.
Samsung is all but confirmed to be announcing the Galaxy Tab S lineup next month at a press event set for June 12, which TechnoBuffalo will be covering live in NY. We can’t wait to get a first look at these new high-resolution tablets, though there’s still plenty of time between now and then for more photos and details to leak online.