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Samsung’s newest tablets are making their way stateside

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A few weeks after their official announcement and subsequent Asian release, Samsung’s newest tablets have finally become available for pre-order on the United States. The Wi-Fi only version of the 8-inch Galaxy Tab S2 will cost you $399.99 while the 9.7-inch model will cost $499.99. Both models come with 32GB of internal storage, and if you’re looking for a LTE version, the price will depend on which carrier you use. 

It was announced almost a month ago and went on sale in Asia shortly after but Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab S2 tablets have finally gone up for pre-order in the USA. Beginning today, you can pre-order either versions of the handset, which will then land at “select” US carriers and retailers from September 3rd. What will Samsung’s new slate cost you? If you’re after the Wi-Fi only model, the 8-inch tablet will cost you $399.99 with 32GB onboard storage while the 9.7-inch model will cost you $100 more with the same storage. If using it on the go is your thing, then you’ll want the LTE model and the price will vary depending on which carrier you need to use it with. The Galaxy Tab S2 is available to order in several colours, with all variants available in black, the gold tablet available as Wi-Fi only and the white tablet exclusive to Verizon. Samsung say it is working with Amazon and Best Buy to offer a limited-time trade-in promotion which allows you to trade in an existing, qualifying tablet to get $100 or more off the purchase price of your new Tab S2.

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