Samsung officially launched its latest 9.6-inch tablet back in Taiwan, the Samsung Galaxy Tab E priced for $225.
The Galaxy Tab E got a 1280 x 800 resolution 9.6-inch display, powered with a quad-core processor underneath. The size of RAM is at 1.5GB and its internal storage goes up to 8GB. This one got a Wi-Fi only connectivity, though a mobile data driven model, the SM-T561 is expected to be launched on a later date.
This Galaxy Tab E SM-T560 variant comes pre-installed with Android Kitkat, and has a non-removable battery rated at 5000 mAh. Design-build has the usual faux-leather dotted back cover seen on Samsung Galaxy tablets sporting a thin profile at 8.5 mm, which weighs at 490g.
Samsung Galaxy Tab E SM-T560 Specs
9.6-inch TFT LCD 1280 x 800 resolution display
1.3GHz quad-core processor
8GB ROM / 1.5GB RAM
128GB max on microSD
Android 4.4 Kitkat
5MP rear camera, AF
2MP front-facing camera
Wi-Fi / Bluetooth 4.0 / GPS + GLONASS
5000 mAh battery capacity
149.5 x 241.9 x 8.5 mm
Samsung Galaxy Tab E is scheduled to roll-out in Taiwan by the end of this month with a retail price of about $225 or around Php10,200. There are no words for now regarding details on global release or even local launch if ever it will reach the Philippine market.
We’ll keep you posted if there’ll be more info about local availability and official pricing on the Samsung Galaxy Tab E.
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