Last week, Samsung introduced its latest Galaxy Tab S tablets line up which is already up for pre-orders in some regions across the globe.
If you’re based in Hong Kong waiting for the new tablet, you be glad to find out it will hit retail in the region next week.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 will be available in both WiFi and LTE configurations. The 9.7-inch WiFi variant is priced at HKD3,888 ($500), while the 8-inch model carries a slightly lower HKD3,088 ($400). The tablets will be available in both white and black color options, and will hit retail shelves in Hong Kong on August 4th. A gold color option for both tablets will also hit retail in mid-August.
Users looking for LTE connectivity will have to shell out even more money as the 9.7-inch LTE Galaxy Tab S2 costs HKD4,888 ($630). On the other hand, the smaller 8-inch LTE model comes with a HKD4,088 ($527) price tag. Both LTE variants will hit retail in mid-August with the gold color option hitting retail sometime at the end of August.
The tablets also comes with a number of goodies, including two-year free 100GB OneDrive storage, a coupon code from Expedia, free download of 1 book per month from Kindle and a little more.