Samsung is continuously pulling new marketing stunts to promote the Super AMOLED screen of their new Galaxy TAB S
tablet. They are so convinced of the superiority of the display, that they tried an experiment involving a New York City cab.
A number of people entering the 'Tab Cab' were asked to choose one out of 4 tablets displayed in front of them, based on which one they thought has the better screen. Without knowing which one belongs to which brand, 17 out of 20 people chose the Super AMOLED screen found on the Galaxy Tab S. The other tablets were LCD competitors.
Samsung released the Galaxy Tab S in June. The new flagship tablet features a 2560 x 1600 pixel Super AMOLED display, an octa-core processor, a fingerprint scanner, an 8MP rear camera and 3 GB RAM memory.
The video 'Take a ride in the Tab Cab' can be seen above.