Samsung Unveils Galaxy Tab E, Your Tablet to The Low-End

Samsung has played us, and while all the rumors focused on the arrival of the new Galaxy Tab S2 have announced a new range of tablets with specifications aimed at the less demanding market as the Taiwanese users: Galaxy Tab E new.
With this new device the Koreans attacked the low range with a tablet that design has all the hallmarks of the Galaxy range, but with a little less care materials and specifications that certainly are below average, preferring to be attractive to those seeking a basic but cheap device.

Samsung Galaxy Tab E, specifications

In terms of specifications, the Galaxy Tab E comes equipped with a 9.6 inch with 1289 x 800 resolution TFT LCD screen pixels, Spreadtrum SC7730SE processor of Quad-Core 1.3 GHz, 1.5 GB of RAM and only 8 GB of internal storage, although they may be extended thanks to its slot microSD.
This tablet is powered by a 5,000 mAh battery with which they hope to achieve a few hours of autonomy and you will only need a model with WiFi connectivity, Although it is expected that not take to get an alternative with 3 G connectivity. It will also include a front and back photos of two- and five-megapixel cameras.
In regards to the operating system, the Koreans already warn us from the beginning is not a priority for them keep this new tablet, and evidenced by equipping it with output with obsolete operating system Android 4.4 KitKat. A declaration of intent that subtract you a bit of credibility to the product.

Price and availability

As we said at the beginning of the article, at first This tablet is aimed at Taiwan, Although there would not be ruled out to more of the so-called emerging countries, which will attempt to win the game not specifications but basically for being a device of Samsung Galaxy range.
In fact its price is about 200 euros to change, a money which we may find ourselves with a good amount of alternatives with specifications very similar and even more powerful to that of the Galaxy Tab E. do you you think the Samsung alternative for the low range?