Samsung has found some peace in all the Galaxy Fold dilemma and introduced three new tablets ranging from $230 to $740. This wide range of prices would mean that Samsung hopes that all categories would be willing to buy these tablets.
GALAXY TAB A 10.1:
This is the cheapest model in the latest line-up and carries adequate specs given the price. A FULL HD+ display is always welcome, however all the other specs kind of fall shy of the expected standards. The tablet features a metal housing, a rear 8MP camera, a 5MP selfie sensor, Samsung’s octa-core Exynos 7904 chipset, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, and a 6,150mAh battery. The Galaxy Tab A 10.1 runs Android 9 with Samsung’s One UI software overlay out of the box.
The Galaxy Tab A 10.1 will set you back $230.
GALAXY TAB S5e:
The name hints towards what Samsung did with the S10 series by introducing a somewhat cheaper version by varying things a little bit while keeping the premium experience. Similarly, this new tablet would set you back $400 and packs a punchy WQXGA AMOLED display, with the overall size of the tablet being the slimmest and lightest tablet Samsung has ever made.
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Inside you’ll find either 4GB or 6GB of RAM, 64GB or 128GB of internal storage, a microSD slot (expandable up to 512GB), and a 7,040mAh battery with fast charging capabilities. Everything is powered by Android 9 Pie, glossed over with Samsung’s latest One UI Android skin.
Of the Samsung tablets launching today, this is probably the best.
GALAXY VIEW 2:
Last but certainly not the least, in fact nowhere from it, is the Galaxy view 2. This is a massive tablet coming in at 17.3 inches. Whats it targeted for is still yet to be understood, but it is one strange device.
The Galaxy View 2 sports a 17.3-inch Full HD display, with a 5-megapixel camera up top. The tablet doesn’t feature a rear camera, but who would want to take pictures with this thing?
Elsewhere, the Galaxy View 2 features Samsung’s in-house Exynos 7884 chipset, 3GB of RAM, 64GB of expandable storage, and a ridiculously-large 12,000mAh battery. Sadly, the tablet runs Android 8.1 out of the box instead of the newer Android 9 Pie.
The Galaxy View 2 ain’t cheap, clocking in at a hefty $740.