Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Price List July, 2021 & Specs in Philippines

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is a tablet that has a AMOLED 1536 x 2048pixels display with 320ppi. It is powered by a Octa Core processor. When you need it, it also has a 8MP rear camera. The GalaxyTab S2 comes with 4000mAh of battery capacity and released on 2015.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is a tablet that has a AMOLED 1536 x 2048pixels display with 320ppi. It is powered by a Octa Core processor. When you need it, it also has a 8MP rear camera. The GalaxyTab S2 comes with 4000mAh of battery capacity and released on 2015.
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Cheapest Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Price in Philippines is ₱ 10,804.00

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is now available in Philippines. The cheapest Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 price in Philippines is ₱ 10,804.00 from Shopee. Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 price details are updated July 2021.

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Price List by Country for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2

Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 2.860.000 ₱ 9,920.00
Philippines PHP 10,804.00 ₱ 10,804.00
Singapore SGD 459.00 ₱ 16,973.00
Vietnam VND 3.786.452 ₱ 8,287.00

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Specs

Screen Size 8.0"
Display Resolution 1536 x 2048pixels
Pixel Density 320ppi
Screen Technology AMOLED
Battery Capacity 4000mAh
Battery Type Li-Ion
Charging Fast Charging
Rear Camera 8MP
Video Resolution Full HD
Face Detection No
Auto Focus Yes
Camera Lenses Single Camera
Front Camera 2MP
Weight 265g
Dimensions 198.6 x 134.8 x 5.6mm
CPU Qualcomm MSM8976 Snapdragon 652 (28 nm)
Processor Core Octa Core
CPU Speed 1.9GHz
Connector Port Micro USB
Cellular Network 3G
Navigation Yes
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth Yes
OS Android
OS Version Android 7.0 (Nougat)
Pen Support Yes
Keyboard Support No
Mouse Support No
Fingerprint Yes
Retail Price 6.699.000

Reviews of Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
Reviewed on 2015-08-21
Thin and lightweight design, Outstanding build quality, Great display quality, Loud sound output, Fast autofocus and Zero Shutter Lag, Support for LTE connectivity, Decent battery life
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The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 has a big shoe to fill as its precursor, the Galaxy Tab S 8.4, is regarded by many as one of the best tablets of 2014. Head past the break to see if this tablet manage to do just that and if it has the makings to justify its...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-02
An Android rival for the iPad mini 4Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 Review | Some people say Samsung copies Apple's products. Some of those people are even judges. But nobody can accuse Samsung of copying this tablet from the iPad mini 4. If it's a copy o...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-18
Amazingly light, Super fast, Great screen, Good battery life
TouchWiz still needs to improve, Expensive, Subpar cameras, Bad speaker placement
Samsung made a solid tablet, but it isn't perfect — and at this price you almost expect it to be.The Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 is thin, light, powerful, has a great screen, and is sprinkled with extra features like a fingerprint sensor, good battery life, a decen...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-04
It has been a while since I've reviewed a tablet. There aren't many that catch my eye. After years with tablets there are a few things that I am looking for. I want a nice screen, I want it to be lightweight. I had a few weeks with the 8 inch Samsung Gala...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-01
A tablet is a necessity for some, while simply a desire for others, but none can argue that tablets have witnessed an increase in popularity during the last couple of years. This is a great thing as they offer a good alternative to laptops and right now w...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-21
Incredibly Lightweight, Very Thin, Great Cameras, Reasonable Performance, New Improved Interface
Reduced Battery Life, The 8-inch Display Is Not As Good As the One From The 9.7-inch S2, A Bit Expensive
There's no secret that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S had the best display on the market for a long time, it may not have succeeded as well in other departments, but this was its forte. We used it for a while and we liked it, it was one of the first high-end An...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-14
Thin and lightweight design makes it comfortable to use, Rich with highend specs, Betterthanaverage recharge time, Good camera performance
Lower display resolution than last year's offering, No IR blaster or NFC, Weaker brightness output makes it tough to view display with the sun presents
Samsung has always been the one to offer diversity in its portfolio. Complementing its full-sized tablet offering, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7-inch, the 8.0-inch model is naturally there for the taking if you prefer something that's more compact in siz...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-10
very thin and light, sophisticated build quality, microSD-card slot, AC Wi-Fi & Bluetooth 4.1, fingerprint scanner, precise touchscreen, video recording in QHD, telephone functions with earpiece, smooth handling, great display with excellent contrast and...
significant throttling in the stress test, only Micro-USB 2.0, no NFC, IR transmitter of the predecessor is missing, GPS not as good as on the 9.7-inch model, color changes from flat viewing angles
Shrinkage. Samsung's new 8-inch tablet looks just like its larger sibling, the Galaxy Tab 9.7. The internals are very similar as well, but can the device offer the same amount of performance despite the reduced dimensions?...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-09
Android tablet makers try to keep up with the Apple iPad juggernaut. The latest comes from Samsung with their refreshed Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, the most current in a long line of Galaxy Tab tablets. The tablet gets some key updates, but also comes with a f...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-09
It's no secret that Samsung pumps out devices like nobody's business, but there's a lesson that's been learned from the South Korean tech giant about releasing too many at once: it dilutes the brand and confuses customers. That's part of the reason that t...
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Reviewed on 2015-10-02
Bright and vibrant 2048x1536 display, Very good performance despite using a previous-gen SoC, Beautifully crafted and extremely thin and light, Decent audio
Battery life, Price is a little high
If you want to sell a tablet to the masses -- an increasingly difficult thing to do with tablet shipments now on the decline, according to International Data Corporation -- the go-to strategy is to pitch a vibrant display and boast about its thin and ligh...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-27
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 has bright and vividly colorful screen. Its rail-thin design is comfortable and ultracompact. It comes with 32GB of storage, a microSD card expansion slot and fingerprint scanner. Battery life is long
Unlike previous models, there's no IR blaster
With an exceptional design in tow, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 gives the Apple iPad Mini a run for its money. The 8-inch Tab S2 is thinner and lighter than both the iPad Mini 4 and the Dell Venue 8 7000, and it offers twice the amount of internal storag...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-23
Thin and light, More streamlined design, Gorgeous quad-HD screen, Lighter Android skin than in years past
Battery life is a huge step down from last year
A year ago, when Samsung debuted its original Galaxy Tab S, we noted how rare it had become to review a high-end tablet that wasn't from Apple. Well, the situation hasn't changed much today -- in fact, it's even more unusual to see a premium Android table...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-16
It's been a relatively quiet year for Android tablets. Besides the Nexus 9 and Dell Venue 8—both of which are about a year old—not many Android tablets have made waves. That's why I'm glad that Samsung is doubling down on its Tab S series. The Galaxy Tab...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-16
Excellent build quality – this is not another cheap plastic tablet. It's crazy thin and light! Excellent vivid AMOLED display does a great job playing back movies as well as being used for reading ebooks. Expandable memory slot. Multtasking features, The...
NO LTE option for the 8inch Tab. Design is a bit unoriginal. Fingerprint reader is hit or miss. Cameras and battery life are both average
It takes a lot to get us interested in a tablet these days, and even more to get us excited about one. Yet the Galaxy Tab S2 managed to do that from the moment we picked it up. Hold it and you'll instantly appreciate how light and svelte it is. Heck, it's...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-08
Samsung has a new Tablet on the market, the successor to the Galaxy Tab 8.4 from last year. I am talking about the new Galaxy Tab S2. One of the thinnest and lightest tablets Samsung has put on the market. The Tab S2 comes with an all plastic design in an...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-03
Thinnest tablet on the market, Gorgeous display, Upgraded processor
Weak battery life, Same old cameras, TV-to-Tab feature limited to Samsung TVs
Last year's tech in this year's tabletThings are getting awkward in tablet land. On the consumer side, we've run out of ideas; maybe we use them to watch video, “babysit” our kids, or travel with them when it's too annoying to carry a laptop. On the busin...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-02
Gorgeous AMOLED display, Strong performance, Svelte design
Short battery life, Blurry front camera
The smaller of Samsung's two new tablets, the 8-inch Tab S2 is a powerful little slate featuring a stunning AMOLED display and a fast octa-coreExynos processor in a very svelte, lightweight design. While its battery life could be better, the Tab S2 should...
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Reviewed on 2015-09-02
Premium feel, Extremely thin and light, Sharp screen, Powerful processor, Solid camera,
Many new features require additional Samsung devices, Some bloatware, Average battery live
Do tablets matter anymore? Samsung would like you to think so. Despite releasing some very large phones recently (the Galaxy Note 5 ($325.00 at Amazon) and the Galaxy S6 edge+ >>, the company still believes there's a home for tablets in a market crowded w...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-14
Incredibly thin, Powerful hardware, Screen well suited to productivity, Long battery life
Plastic heavy design, Deja vu
Whilst Samsung's London Unpacked event didn't give us the Galaxy Note 5 we were hoping for, we were able to go hands-on with the company's new Galaxy Tab S2 slate.The original Tab S was a serious performer in its own right and Samsung's most obvious respo...
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