Samsung has launched a mid-range Samsung Galaxy Tab A and Tab A Plus lineup that comes with an 8-inch and 9.7-inch variants and display offering a 4:3 ratio like the Nexus 9. The company announced this high-end tablet at a low-key event in Russia. Both the new slates sport identical hardware and come in 8” and 9.7” display sizes.
Both the tablets will be obtainable at €300 ($318) segment and offered in blue and color variants somewhere later this year. When it comes to talking about the Galaxy Tab A, it features a metallic and support for wireless charging.
While the hardware feature of this device includes displays with a resolution of 1024×768 pixels, a Cortex-A53 processor clocked at 1.2GHz, 5-megapixel and 2-megapixel rear and front cameras and 4G connectivity. This upcoming device also has 16GB of expandable storage and a 4,200 mAh battery on the 8-inch model, which last for 10 hours.
However, the 9.7-inch variant comes with two loudspeakers, after all both will evidently not provide stereo sound. All things are packed under bodies that are only 7.5 mm thick. In the below given image, you can see that the Galaxy Tab A tablets seem to run on the latest version of TouchWiz that Samsung says is less bloated and more modified than earlier versions.
Next month, both the tablets 8-inch and 9.7-inch Tab A’s will go on sale, so people, who are looking forward to purchasing a new tab, can wait for this high-end tablets. Moreover, both the tablets has an excellent metallic design and the inclusion of wireless charging.
By looking at these mid-range tablets, we can see Samsung’s change in the direction and the manufacturer’s decision to make use of top-quality materials in its products. The best thing about these tablets is that the company is making both these tabs obtainable in Wi-Fi only and LTE options.
As compare to the Galaxy Tab 4 models, these new tablets sport a new design that give highly elegant look. However, these two tabs are supposed to replace the Galaxy Tab 4 models. Well, both tabs are not breaking any records, but reasonably thin at 7.5mm.
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