Samsung Galaxy Tab E launched in US by Verizon Wireless

Samsung had made an announcement in June about the launch of Galaxy Tab E. Living up to its word it is now official that the slate is available in the US via Verizon Wireless.

Nicknamed as the ‘family tablet’, it is being sold by the largest North American carrier at 329.99$ off contract, 129.99$ with a 2-year contract, or 13.74$ per month for 24 months (price available only to qualified customers).Samsung, Samsung Galaxy Tab E, Tablet, Verizon Wireless

Unlike the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, which was launched last month, the Galaxy Tab E does not feature sophisticated features. The’ family tablet’ runs on Android’s Lollipop 5.1.1 operating system and has a unique Multi-user mode that allows family members to set up individual profiles. A shortcut to Netflix and Hulu is also included. A specially designed Kids Mode provides a wide range of fun and educational apps for children.

The device exhibits a 9.6-inch display with 800×1280-resolution and is powered by a possible Spreadtrum SC7730SE quad- core processor. It encloses 1.5GB of RAM, 16GB inbuilt storage, a microSD support, 5MP main camera and 2MP at the front followed by a nice, long running 7300mAh battery. It has a sleek look design with incredible practicality.

The Verizon Galaxy Tab E is compatible with the carrier’s XLTE network, and can be purchased starting today, both online, and in retail stores. So anybody purchasing this cool device yet?

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