Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Nook Review

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Nook Review

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Nook Review 680 453 Maye

This is the second Galaxy Tab S2 Nook that Barnes & Noble has partnered with Samsung. You probably guessed it by now, but it’s simply Samsung’s recently announced Galaxy Tab S2, which has Nook apps already installed. In Barnes & Noble stores today for $400, though you’ll also get another 10 percent off if you’re a member. It’s still sad to see the book seller move away from its own tablet hardware, but there’s not much you can do We’re going to review it in the coming days – it has an extremely thin and light design, as well as a bright quad HD screen. While barnes and noble are offering the Tab S2 Nook in a premium capacity, last year’s Tab 4 Nooks are priced more affordably at $150 and $250, respectively. There isn’t much to gain from the Tab S2 Nook variant. For instance, you get three free books from a selection of 20 titles along with three free magazines and $5 in in essence, it is an Android tablet meant for people who prefer to stroll around B&N stores rather than compare