Samsung Electronics has officially unwrapped the Galaxy Tab A (2017). The played down launch went underway in Vietnam on September 8. Yet, this successor to the 2015 model has been already put up on sales.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2017) introduces you to its Home Mode. You can now get instant access to calendar, date, clock, weather details even while charging your tab. You can even personalize your screen with a collection of your personal images. The intelligent background rotation would aid you in this.
The thicker and heavier modification of its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2017) stands tall at 8-inches. It sports a fashionable metallic body with smooth edges. The 364-gram Tab A (2017) is ever by your side.
The Galaxy Tab A (2017) entitles you to enjoy a bit more of comfort and leisure. It inevitably presents you with a mammoth sized 5000 mAh battery power. This leaves you with continuous entertainment perk of up to 14 hours of video streaming. Moreover, you can bag 36 hours of talk-time, 153 hours of audio playback, and 15 hours of internet usage.
You can now create your own mark with the ultimate photography unit of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2017). The TFT screen of the device offers a Home Screen resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. Besides that, it also houses a 5 MP selfie shooter. Whereas, an 8 MP FHD snapper takes the rear position.
Under the hood, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2017) exhibits a quad-core processor clocked at 1.4 GHz. This comes paired with a 2 GB RAM unit and a 16 GB internal storage. You can expand the flash memory using a microSD card up to 256 GB.
The Galaxy Tab A (2017) ships in with the Android 7.1.1 Nougat on board. It invariably shows support for Bluetooth 4.2v, GPS, Beidou, Glonass, USB 2.0, and 3.5 mm audio jack. Hall sensors and accelerometer sensors also comes built-in with this elegant gizmo.
Despite that, you might miss the S-pen along with the Tab A (2017).
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2017) is priced at 6490000 Vietnamese Dong. It translates to 18264 INR or 285 U.S. dollar. You can grab the tab in black or gold hues. Until now, there has been no news to its release in other countries. Anyways, the greatest power is often simple patience!
Have a look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2017) here.