Samsung has launched its latest mid-range tablet, Galaxy TabQ (SM-T2558) in China. According to the first reports, Samsung has officially launched the mid-range tablet in China in collaboration with China Mobile and China Unicom. The reports also have it that Samsung’s Galaxy TabQ is an exclusive edition for China. The rumors have it that this might very well be a test launch for Galaxy TabQ. Samsung will look forward to the user reviews and feedback before making a global launch for the device.
Samsung has launched Galaxy TabQ by partnering with the two largest carrier services in China. From the first look of TabQ, one may very well confuse it with Galaxy Note 3. Speaking of the Hardware units, Samsung Galaxy TabQ comes with a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, a 7 inch HD TFT display, 4G LTE support, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0. The tablet is furnished with an 8 megapixel primary camera and a 2 megapixel secondary one.
Samsung has not made any official statement about the amount of RAM or ROM available on the device. The Asian Smartphone maker has also kept the pricing details of the Tablet under the dark. According to the rumors, the tablet will be fairly priced for the general class.
Detailed Specifications of Galaxy TabQ
|Processor||1.2 GHz quad-core|
|Camera||Primary: 8 megapixelSecondary: 2 megapixel|
|Memory||ROM Unspecified; expandable up to 64 GB|
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and 4G LTE|
On the other hand, the markets for tablets have fallen approximately by 1.5%. Although Apple still leads the list of tablet makers with respect to units sold, companies like Samsung, Lenovo and ASUS have had a rise in sales. The experts are talking that Samsung is probably looking to go for the kill with it mid-range tablets. There is no doubt of the fact that if Samsung Galaxy TabQ is a hit in China, Samsung will inch closer to replace Apple from the top position.
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