The news (actually rumors and leaks, to be precise) regarding a range of new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 tablets kept everybody connected to the web in the last week, but now everything is in the clear: we will have a goodies tray containing lighter, cheaper and beautifully crafted new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 tablets, which might not appeal to the most tech – savvy of you, but will certainly be a hit for those wanting high – quality design at an affordable price. Besides, Samsung tablets of any kind are a reason enough to take a look deeper into the matters!
The tablets range in screen sizes as follows: a 7-inch, 8-inch, or 10.1-inch display and you can pick your favorite finish between white and black. All the tablets have in common some internal tech specifications, such as the 1.2 GHz quad-core chip — and onboard RAM (1.5 GB) processor and the Android’s KitKat open – source OS, the 16 GB of internal storage, the MicroSD card and the 3-megapixel rear-facing camera, complemented by the 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera.
But what is so great about these tablets anyway? Well, besides having high – quality screens and thin bezels. Although they lack some features in performance, thus not being able to compete to hi- tech Apple devices for instance, the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 tablets will become available sometime close to the end of this month and are meant to replace the Tab 3 line of tablets. Following this logic, experts assume that the 8 inch version will be the upgraded replacement for the average $300 older model, while the 7-inch model to come into the world starting at an affordable $200 price.
You should stay tuned for more news coming from Samsung, as the date for the release seems to be April 24th, and if the new tablets look and work in reality as good as they do on paper, we might have a hit in the market of affordable devices. May these tablets be cheaper and not quite able to launch rockets to the Moon, but you will still be able to take them anywhere, to use multiple apps and to watch videos without spending too much, either.