Samsung unveils Galaxy Tab E very entry level

Samsung today presents its new tablet-oriented entry level. Called Galaxy Tab E, it is intended primarily to Asia.

We hear about last week, and that’s official. The Galaxy Tab S, Samsung’s new tablet has been unveiled by the manufacturer in Taiwan, and is a little more entry that the recent Galaxy Tab A. Billed about 180 euros (NT $ 6999), the tablet this indeed modest characteristics.

For what we know today, the Galaxy Tab S has a screen of 9.6 inches with a definition of 1280 x 800 pixels, or about 157 dpi. This is not the side of the display that will shine the device also features a quad-core 1.3GHz SoC whose origin has not yet been clarified by Samsung – can be expected to the MediaTek or, as SamMobile suggests a signed Spreadtrum chip. This is anyway associated with 1.5GB of RAM, an 8GB memory coupled with a microSD port, a back camera of 2 megapixels and is powered by a battery of 5000 mAh. Too bad for her, the Galaxy Tab S is equipped with KitKat while its competitors now come most often in Lollipop, and is at present proposed in WiFi version.

With such characteristics, and by the time the entry level products are increasing in competition, it is likely that Samsung’s Galaxy Tab E reserves the Taiwanese market where it has been announced. A 3G version of the device should also soon be presented there.