Samsung brought to new products to the Indian market, poised to gear up the competitiveness of the mobile devices sector.
The South Korean tech giant launched mid-range tablets for its Indian customers. Galaxy Tab A and Galaxy Tab E are adjusted for affordability, not for at a loss for product quality. Apple, Lenovo and Xiaomi have already entered the Indian market with comparable products, so the two tablets aim to change the status quo.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A is of course powered by Android Lollipop OS, featuring an eight inch screen at a 1024x768p resolution. Its internal storage of 16GB with the added perk of supplementing storage space with an microSD card of up to 128GB make it rather attractive for users.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A is powered by a quad-core 64bit 1.2GHz processor and showcases the 4,200mAH battery. The tablet supports both Indian bands as well as any 4G-LTE bands.
As for its measurements, it is 320 grams in weight and 7.5 millimeters in thickness.
Certainly, we can’t have a tablet without a camera, which for Samsung Galaxy Tab A is not the most performant, but it offers 5MP autofocus front-camera and 2MP rear-camera.
Its main contenders on the Indian market are Apple’s iPad mini 2, Lenovo’s Yoga Tablet 2. The announced price tag for the Galaxy Tab A is 20,500 Rs.
Buyers will be able to delve into the perks offered both by carriers and Samsung as well. Airtel announced that upon buying Galaxy Tab A 2GB of mobile data across the 4G network will be offered to buyers for free.
As for the Samsung Galaxy Tab E, the OS keeping it running and going is older Android 4.4. All of the user’s operations will be conducted on the 9.6 inch display featuring a 1280x800p resolution.
The processor is also quad-core, 1.3GHz, supporting a 1.5GB RAM and internal storage as much as 8GB. One added microSD and the internal storage can also go up to 128GB. Galaxy Tab E’s battery is 5,000mAh compared to its keen, Galaxy Tab A.
Also, Samsung’s Galaxy Tab E is 8.5 mm thick and weighs 495 grams. Camera features did not change for this model.
As is the case with Galaxy Tab A, mobile carriers set out to offer added perks to those interested in Samsung’s tablets. For Galaxy Tab E, the opportunity comes from Vodafone which vouched 2GB of 3G data for a period of 2 months in the case of postpaid users, with prepaid customers having to buy 1GB of data and receive the same package as the postpaid ones.
The choice of colors varies from model to model. While Galaxy Tab A features the Smoky Titanium along the White casings, Galaxy Tab E features Metallic Black, as well as Pearl White.
If expectations are to be met, then the two Samsung tablets should meet great success on the Indian market for average users who need affordable, mid-range mobile devices.
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