Bigger devices are totally in this year as 2014 has seen the launch of many tablets and phablets. Consumers love them because they can use them for multiple tasks. Samsung announced an all new partnership with the largest retail bookseller, Barnes & Noble (B&N), to launch the Nook tablets. The Nook software for digital content and ebooks combined with Samsung’s hardware resulted in the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook. Now, Samsung goes to the next level by introducing a bigger 10.1-inch Nook tablet along with its already selling 7-inch Galaxy Tab 4 Nook.
Coming to the specs of this fairly larger tablet targeting media consumers, the 10.1 inch device is out to compete with Apple’s new iPad Air 2 and Amazon’s Kindle devices. Samsung’s co-branded devices are extremely media friendly and surprises you with many things. The first thing is the price, the tablet costs only $299. This is extremely pocket friendly considering the other devices.
The exquisite Nook software bundled with hardware by Samsung Electronics also gets free content worth $200. Running Android, this tablet boasts of a stunning display, has a high-speed 1.2GHz quad-core processor and a battery that can last up to 10 hours. The interface is cleaner and Nook software is all set for an upgrade by next month, November.
Tab 4 Nook has an internal memory of 16GB to store your media content and 1.5GB RAM. The rear and front camera are 3MP and 1.3MP respectively. The memory is upgradable to 64GB by using a microSD card.
Both companies are excited to launch this device as their previous 7 inch Nook tablet got really good response from the users. The reading and entertainment friendly device is a family device, where you get access to the Nook store. More than 3 million books to choose from and many free and paid subscriptions are on offer. You also get free Nook store credit, when you buy this device. Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook’s introductory price is $299 only. If you love reading go buy it.
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