News tagged: 'Galaxy Tab A (2017)'
Just a couple of days back, we came across what appeared to be the US-carrier specific 4G variants of the Galaxy Tab A (2017) on the Wi-Fi Alliance website. The Wi-Fi certification listings revealed SM-T387V, SM-T387T, SM-T387P, SM-T387AA, SM-T387VK, and SM-T387R4 model numbers, indicating a launch on all the major US carriers. At the time […]read more »
From various leaks so far, we already know that Samsung is gearing up to launch the Galaxy Tab S4 and the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2018) very soon. While we don’t have the official confirmation, some reports say these tablets might make an appearance at the IFA 2018 in Berlin, scheduled from August 31 to […]read more »
While Samsung continues to make a smartphone for every segment possible, the company has been following two extremes when it comes to tablets. On the top end of the spectrum, you have the Galaxy Tab S lineup, offering a big and beautiful AMOLED display and high-end hardware. At the other end is Samsung’s Galaxy Tab […]read more »
The Android tablet market fell by the wayside a long time ago, but Samsung has continued to release new tablets. The Galaxy Tab S3 came out earlier this year with high-end internals and a Super AMOLED display, and recently, the Korean giant has launched the 2017 iteration of the Galaxy Tab A in a handful […]read more »
Samsung has launched the Galaxy Tab A (2017), its latest budget tablet, in the Indian market today. Priced at Rs. 17,999 or $275, the Tab A will go on sale in the country starting today. It’s available from online and offline retailers. The Tab A comes a few months after the Galaxy Tab S3 was […]read more »
The Galaxy Tab A (2017) just went official in Vietnam. It’s a mid-range tablet with a metal body and price tag of VND 6,490,000 (about $285). It’s available for purchase from retail stores across the country. It features an 8-inch TFT screen, a quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, a microSD card slot, and a 5,000 […]read more »