Samsung has added two latest high-end products in its lineup; the 10.1” inches Galaxy Tab Slate and the first ever 256 GB microSD card for its users.
10.1” Galaxy Tab (2016) Slate
The 10.1 inches Galaxy Tab Slate has been announced by Samsung just weeks after the launch of its 7” version. With 10.1 inches larger PLS display (1200 x 1920 resolution), the Tab has three physical buttons on the frontSamsung Announces 256GB microSD Card & Galaxy Tab A 10.1, release date, specs, features
1.6 Ghz octa-core Exynos 7870 chipset has been assembled for its processing, paired up with 2GB of RAM and 16 GB of Internal storage –external memory expansion option is also available for up to 200 GB (Samsung’s new 256 GB microSD card however, won’t be a possibility). The camera section has been upgraded with 8MP rear camera with LED and 1080p video shooting whereas a 2MP selfie snapper is also available at the front.
The tab runs on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow customized and powered with a battery of 7300mAH. In connectivity, it has two options, the usual wifi model and optional LTE variant with download speeds up to 300Mbps. Available in two colors White and Black, the slate is priced $329 for (Wi-Fi) and $397 (LTE) model approx. Rs. 34,000 to 41,000.
First EVO Plus256 GB microSD Card
The first 256 GB microSD Card is indeed exciting. Samsung’s EVO Plus 256 GB memory card has the highest storage capacity in its category. With the support of latest built-in technology, it gives a high speed of above 90MB/s while transferring data.
It has enough space to record up to 12 hours of 4K UHD, 33 hours of Full HD & 46 hours of 720p videos; 23,500 MP3s, or 55,200 photos. This microSD card is water resistant, temperature and magnetic proof and will come with 10 years warranty.
Initially as per information, this card will retail for $249.99 (Rs. 26,000) and will be available from June in more than 50 countries.
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