Samsung officially introduced the Galaxy Tab E budget tablet
Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy Tab E tablet (model number SM-T560) today. The letter E in the name of this newcomer can be abbreviated to the word Economic, and its hardware specifications also say the same and inform that it belongs to the economic category of the market. The Galaxy Tab E has a 9.6-inch TFT display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, which translates to a low-end density of 157 pixels per inch, which is a bit disappointing in this day and age, but fits the user’s pocket. The thickness of this 490-gram tablet reaches 8.5 mm, and a 1.3 GHz chipset with four processing cores from an unknown manufacturer (probably Spreadtrum SC7730SE) takes care of processing issues.
The amount of RAM and internal memory is 1.5 and 8 GB, respectively, and the main and selfie cameras are 5 and 2 megapixels, respectively. For this old Android tablet, Samsung is considering KitKat, and of course, it also offers a version of Microsoft Office along with it. The Tab 8 draws its energy from a 5000 mAh battery and supports Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Of course, a version with cellular network support will also be released. The Wi-Fi version of the Galaxy Tab E costs around $225.