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).
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?