To optimize the viewing experience, Samsung has also equipped the Tab S with an adaptive display, which will change the white balance of the tablet based on the ambient light. The screen claims to have less reflectivity in bright sunlight.
Samsung's Adaptive Display technology changes the screen's saturation and brightness while certain apps are being used, and an RGB sensor detects ambient light to adjust white balance on the fly. The Tab S also claims to be capable of supporting 11 hours of 1080p video playback.
Samsung also claims to have pumped up the picture quality by bringing a wider color range to the screen than the company's preceding devices. HD quality has also been announced to address the burgeoning Netflix and YouTube generation.
"It portrays the true colors that content creators intended," Michael Abary, a senior vice president at Samsung Electronics America.
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