The Samsung galaxy tab A series is Samsung’s low price line of tablets, they offer decent functions for a decent coin. A few days back the South Korean company launched the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 2016 model. This model comes with an S pen, thus increasing the level of value you can get from the tablet.
The Galaxy Tab A 10.1 is unarguably a mid-end tablet with a lower spec relative to the Galaxy S Tablets. The Galaxy Tab 10.1 A (2016) with S Pen is fully made of plastic, it has a thickness of 8.2 Millimeters, and weighs in at 558 grams on the scale. The new device comes with a 10.1-inch screen with 1900 x 1200 resolution. A 1.6 GHz Exynos 7870 octa-core processor clubbed with 3GB of RAM, and an expandable (expandable upto 256GB) 32GB internal storage can be found inside the devices plastic shell.
The device will be running Android 6.0 Marshmallow tweaked with Samsung’s TouchWiz out of the box and is powered by a 7,300mAh, which should serve for more than day when moderately.
For visuals, the device packs an 8MP rear camera equipped with a LED flash. It can record video of upto 1080p quality. A 2MP is placed atop the devices front. The pixel numbers of the rear and front camera suggests the device will be able to output decent picture quality. In addition to the fact Samsung devices have a good track record when it comes to photos.
The Galaxy Tab A 10.1’s biggest feature is its S pen. The S pen will allow users to make use of the device as a notebook and for drawing. Tab A 10.1 (2016) is designed to work best in vertical orientation as the home button and the Android buttons are mounted on one of the short sides. When surfing websites will load in a vertical orientation to allow users space to add notes while surfing.
Other features of the device include, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS support and the device comes with micro USB for connectivity. News on the availability and pricing of the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016) is not yet known; however it’s price tag is expected to be under $400, which is over a hundred thousand Naira going by the current exchange rate.
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