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Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6 available at an attractive price

If you’re in the market for a mid-range Android-powered tablet you might want to consider this deal we’ve spotted on the Samsung Galaxy Tab E 9.6. This tablet is normally sold for $249.99 but if you hurry and get one before they run out of stock, you can get it for $199.99 from Amazon. This is the 16GB Wi-Fi only version and it’s available in black.

The Galaxy Tab E was launched last year. It comes with a 9.6-inch TFT LCD display with 1280×800 pixel resolution. It also has a 1.3GHz quad-core processor, 1.5GB RAM, microSD card support and a 5,000mAh battery. Since it’s an old tablet it comes with Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box but you’ll likely get an update to Lollipop.

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Solun
Solun

So if I price a banana 200 USD and then reduce the price to even 50 USD, would you call that a good deal? Would you buy a 50 dollar banana? 😀 Because that´s what the tab E is.

drmodify
drmodify

Nope

wiseman9871
wiseman9871

Tab E sucks. It’s the sames as the nook. Bought it used it, hated it. It’s slow and the wifi hardware is not up to par. Not fond of Tab A either due to it’s orientation, seems much smaller than the Tab E but I’m not sure it is. Anyway got my tab 3 back and I’m happy, yes it’s smaller, 8″, verses 9.6 and it’s dual core vs quad but it out performs the Tab E hands down.

sanayp
sanayp

Spend another $60 and get a Tab A. Its going to 100% get the Marshmallow update and has better performance.

Tab E is in 4.4.4 kitkat since March 2015 and not got any new updates since. Highly doubt it will ever

blindmanpb
blindmanpb

The Tab E 9.6″ actually sports most of the same internal components as the Tab A 9.7″ (CPU, GPU, & RAM), so performance should be identical. And the North American version of the Tab E 9.6″ is on 5.1.1, while the Tab A 9.7″ is still on 5.0.1. Not sure about other regions. But I agree on the Tab A being a better value (at regular prices); the Tab E seems more of an offshoot product that is less likely to get updates and support in the future. The Tab A is likely to get both the Android M &… Read more »