Samsung announced the Samsung Galaxy Tab E Tablet with entry-level specs
Samsung introduced a new Android-running tablet on the arena of budget slates. It bears the name Samsung Galaxy Tab E. The company presented the tablet in Taiwan where it is expected to go for sells later this month. The screen of the tablet is with 9.6-inch diagonal. It is TFT and boasts a resolution of 1280 x 800p.
The hardware integrated in the device includes a processor with four cores ticking at 1.3GHz. The chipset is not unveiled in the listed specs, however there is a good chance that Samsung has tucked Spreadtrum SC7730SE chip under the hood of the new tablet. In terms of RAM, the Galaxy Tab E works with 1.5GB RAM. The modest 8GB internal memory by default is easy for expansion thanks to the provided slot for microSD cards. The software running on Samsung Galaxy Tab E is the relatively outdated Android 4.4 KitKat. Some of the nice goodies that are pre-installed on the device include Microsoft Office apps.
The main camera is on the back of the tablet and has 5MP resolution. The camera for selfies is on front and boasts 2MP resolution. The new slate of Samsung stands out with a great battery with a capacity of 5000mAh. There is no doubt that the battery life of the Galaxy Tab E will be above the average for its category.
The connectivity capabilities of the model include Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth. The launch date of the slate is not unveiled yet but when it finally lands on the markets, it will be available for $225 in Taiwan. There is a good chance to see the Samsung Galaxy Tab E for sells in different countries later on. Rumors have it that Samsung might introduce a 3G-enabled variant of the budget tablet. Stay tuned.