A 10.1-inch tablet already exists in the Galaxy Tab A series but now there is a new S Pen supported tablet to look forward to. While the tablet has been already officially introduced in South Korea, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2016) release date Nigeria is still a mystery. To learn more about this tablet including Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2016) Nigeria price and specs, keep reading.
Like most of the devices released by Samsung these days, there are no major changes in design. For those who are familiar with the design of the recently released Galaxy Tabs will find the design quite similar. The tablet features a 10.1-inch screen showing full HD or 1920 x 1200 pixels resolution. One of the most notable feature of this tablet is that this one supports S Pen which is a popular feature of Samsung Galaxy Note series. If you are into smartphones and want S Pen feature in your phone, there is the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. However, if price is an issue for you the Note 7 is not in the same pricing range as the Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2016) Nigeria price. You can check out the old Galaxy Note phones like the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 as these phones got a price cut after the release of the new Galaxy Note phone.
To make sure users get the best Android 6.0 Marshmallow experience, the tablet is packing Exynos 7870 octa-core processor which is clocked at 1.6GHz. It’s paired with 3GB of RAM which should make using the extra features even smoother and easier. Thanks to the S-Pen or stylus, there are some new features like capturing GIFs, instant and easy word translation, easy image navigation and quick notes access. The tablet comes with 32GB built-in storage but it can be expanded to up to 256GB using the microSD card slot. If you are into drawing, this is just the tablet you are looking for. However, if you are looking for a tablet for serious work or want to replace your laptop with it, there is the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 or HP Elite x2 you can check out.
Tablets are not really popular for its cameras but the Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2016) packs a decent 8-megapixel camera. The secondary of front camera is a 2-megapixel one. It’s powered by a big 7300mAh non removable battery which should last up to 14 hours after average usage according to Samsung. The tablet packs 4G LTE support but there will be a Wi-Fi only version as well. For those who are not a heavy user and just want a portable tab for basic use, there is the Asus ZenPad C 7.0 that you can grab right away without waiting for the Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2016) release date Nigeria.
This is where things might turn into a deal breaker, the price. You can get this mid-range for around 167300 ₦ once the Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2016) release date Nigeria is here.
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