A few days before the new smartphones - we get a formal announcement from the Korean manufacturer Tablets For 2019
Android-based tablets are still alive, it turns out - at least in the eyes of סמסונג Which now features two new products in the category, including one that can certainly be defined as ambitious.
The Galaxy Tab S5e is not only a confirmation of a wink to the Galaxy S10e in the context of the flagship smartphone model that will be unveiled at 20 in February, but also not a bad product at all with a Super AMOLED 10.5-inch screen and 2,560 × 1,600 resolution, chip Snapdragon 670, System Android 9.0 PIE, 4GB or 6GB dynamic memory, plus 64GB or 128GB storage that can be expanded further, 8 SLP camera, camera Back of 13 megapixels and an 7,000mAh battery that is supposed to last 14 hours.
The metallic tablet includes a power button fingerprint scanner, dual-channel 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity, modern Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, a slim 5.5-only profile, 400 gram weight, and four AKG speakers that support Dolby's Dolby Atmos technology - all in price 400 dollars (excluding VAT increment) in the United States and 420 euros (including VAT) for Wi-Fi and 480 euros for a version with built-in LTE connectivity, starting in the second quarter of 2019. Is there still a market for tablet based Android At the price of NIS 1,500 and north? We're not really convinced, but Samsung is willing to take the risk and look into it.
Galaxy Tab A 10.1 2019 version is Samsung's second new model, with a general design very similar to the Galaxy Tab S5e but a much more modest specification made up of 10 inch LCD panel and more modest 1,920 × 1,200 resolution, with chip Exynos 7904 octagonal pure modest cores, dynamic memory of only 2GB, volume storage Built-in 32GB expandable for more 400GB with microSD, pair of speakers with Dolby Atmos support, 802.11ac Wi-Fi connectivity, 5.0 Bluetooth connectivity and 6,150mAh battery with connector USB Type-C.
This budget tablet will be priced on 210 Euros on a model with Wi-Fi connectivity only and 270 Euros on a model that also includes LTE, with both its and its more sophisticated sibling including a dedicated connector for physical keyboard covers that will allow them to function in much the same way as laptops Tablets regardless of operating system. Are the chances of success of theGalaxy Tab A 10.1 are better, or even in this case the price required is too high? Let's talk about it in comments.