Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
Late in 2015 Samsung released a second-generation Galaxy Tab S, called the Tab S2. It received a slight overall design change, and comes in 8 or 9.8-inches. Simply matching the sizes offered by Apple. That said, they are thinner, lighter, have 8-core processors and metal designs, improved fingerprint scanners and will see Marshmallow. Making them a great option for those who want an Android tablet, but don't want a cheap one.
For whatever reason the Tab S2 lineup has a lower resolution than the original Tab S option in the first slide, but everything else about it aims to please, and it retails for only $349 or $499 for the bigger 9.7-inch 32GB version. The 8-inch model launched at $399, but is now $50 off everywhere, if not more.
They have micro-SD cards, good cameras, long battery life, sleek designs, and the same fingerprint scanner as the Galaxy S6 or Note 5. Making them very well-rounded, but also quite expensive.