Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Gold Edition T810N 24.6 cm (9.7 inches) Tablet PC WiFi (2 quad-core processors, 1.9GHz + 1.3GHz, 3GB RAM, 32GB, Android 5.0) gold £297 @ Amazon.de
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Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Gold Edition T810N 24.6 cm (9.7 inches) Tablet PC WiFi (2 quad-core processors, 1.9GHz + 1.3GHz, 3GB RAM, 32GB, Android 5.0) gold £297 @ Amazon.de

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Found 3rd Feb 2016
TODAY ONLY> Octocore model so 2 x quad core. Amazon.de deal of the day. Usual price new is around £350. £285 if paying on no fee card. Item will be supplied with an EU adapter.
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No different from the UK version, mine is running exactly the same processor. This is a bit cheaper than I paid even after you take into account cash back. Warranty with Amazon shouldn't be an issue either.
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Madafwo

No different from the UK version, mine is running exactly the same … No different from the UK version, mine is running exactly the same processor. This is a bit cheaper than I paid even after you take into account cash back. Warranty with Amazon shouldn't be an issue either.



Thanks for the comment. I purchased mine when they first came out from Amazon.fr. I was looking for the SSD deal on the Samsung EVO 850 that was going for £90 for a 500gb model missed out too late.
Edited by: "ontheqt" 3rd Feb 2016
Why is this cold?
technically it is 2x quadcore, 4x low power cores and 4 x performance cores. I really would like desktop computers to incorporate low powered cores but that would require some major work on windows for it understand different cores
taras

technically it is 2x quadcore, 4x low power cores and 4 x performance … technically it is 2x quadcore, 4x low power cores and 4 x performance cores. I really would like desktop computers to incorporate low powered cores but that would require some major work on windows for it understand different cores



And probably every program you run on it.
This is a very good deal.
Samsung announced the S3 so the S2 barely lasted 6 mths never offered anything over the S1. Great hardware but a haphazard company focused on hardware churn not software.
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