The Galaxy Tab S2 has a new Connect app which is a hodgepodge of content. It consists of three main sections: Support, Discover and Promotions. The Support section has a variety of FAQs about using the tablet as well as access to video chat help with a Samsung representative. The Discover section features tips and how-to information, like how to transfer data from your old phone to the Tab S2. Lastly, the Promotions section has music videos, movie trailers and discount deals on other Samsung products, like TVs and Blu-ray players. If I was new to Samsung or Android, I'd probably appreciate the Connect app more, but as an old-timer, it didn't offer me anything to make me keep coming back for more.
Also like last year's model, the Galaxy Tab S2 has multiwindow functions and a fingerprint scanner. The fingerprint scanner on this model works a bit differently; instead of swiping your finger down the home button, you simply place it on top of it. You can save up to four fingerprints. I found the functionality a lot better than that of last year's model and, after saving all four of my thumb and index fingerprints, it became easier to use than the usual swipe to unlock function.
Lo schermo offre inoltre un angolo di visuale fino a 180 gradi, una dimensione in 16:9 e una riproduzione di colori naturali fino al 110%. Aggiungendo a questo la velocità di connessione LTE, il Galaxy S2 LTE si presenta quindi come un dispositivo ideale per chi desidera fruire di servizi in HD come film o giochi.