Samsung Tablets Price List in India April 2018
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Here's the trend of Samsung Tablets for March 2018. Want a popular product but got a budget? Look for great deals and get your hands on trending items! We've gathered data just for you!
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Galaxy TAB E-T561, Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 3G, and Galaxy Note 10.1 N8000 16GB got the most views last month. How long will this trend last?
New items : There was 1 product added last month. It was Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2018).
Latest discounts : Galaxy TAB E-T561 had the biggest price drop last month. Must be a great deal. Hurry! Kahi haat se na nikal jae.
Samsung Tablets Price 2018
|Latest Samsung Tablets||Price|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S3||Rs 43,990 -|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2017)||Rs 17,990|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 SM-T355||Rs 15,500 -|
|Samsung Galaxy J Max||Rs 11,500 -|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 T2110 8GB||Rs 16,878 -|
|Samsung Galaxy TAB E-T561||Rs 13,500 -|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7||Rs 27,390 -|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0||Rs 16,690 -|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0 LTE 16GB||Rs 16,500|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 3G||Rs 11,250 -|
Latest News about Samsung Tablets
News about the Android-powered Galaxy Tab S3 was just out when Samsung revealed and officially announced the Galaxy Book, a 2-in-1 Windows 10 device. This announcement however showed that this was Samsung's exclusive way of answering to Microsoft's Surface Pro Line. After the announcement, a long wait for its prices and its availability followed. The wait was finally over when Samsung decided to ... Read more
It is time for tablets to brush up their designs as Samsung has announced the launch of their flagship Galaxy Tab S3 in the first quarter of 2017. Read more
Sporadic it is, but lately, Samsung devices continue to be in the news for the wrong reasons. In a new onboard incident, a Samsung tablet jammed under a seat on a Delta Airlines flight began smoking up causing alert and panic among the passengers and crew members. However, Samsung has said it could be due to some "external reasons" which doesn't relate to the Galaxy Note7 issue. Recently, an ... Read more
Latest Reviews for Samsung Tablets
I got this amazing product through online.tablet is designed in a attractive manner and it is very stylish and processing speed is very good operability is very nice it is portability. Battery lasts ...Read more
- Rating : 5.0
- Review by meenanagraj
- Date : 28, Mar 2018
I took samsung galaxy tab past 8 months,it is having good design and processing speed it is having 8GB memory and 1.5GB RAM it is having good configuration and specification main thing is it is ...Read more
- Rating : 4.7
- Review by chaitrag
- Date : 22, Mar 2018
I really like it's stylish design. My son really like this and always use to play with it. I did buy SMT561 model which is very broad display 9.6 inch display. It has 3G support and voice calling ...Read more
- Rating : 5.0
- Review by Chitra
- Date : 28, Feb 2018
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About Samsung Tablets
Samsung Electronics, which is headquartered in Suwon, South Korea, is surely among the world’s top IT industries. Today, the company has ventured into various domains and manufactures electrical and electronics products, semiconductors, mobile phones and tablets, to name a few.
History of Samsung tablets
Samsung is credited to have released the first Android tablet back in 2010, which happened to be the Samsung Galaxy Tab. This was followed various other iterations. In fact, other than the Nexus 10 tablet, released in collaboration with Google, all Samsung’s tablets are released under the Galaxy brand name.
The latest release in the series is the Tab S2, which was launched in September 2015.
Popularity in India
India has been a very good market for mobiles and tablets makers in recent times. With the country adopting digitization, the demand for devices is always expected to increase. This is why India happens to be a booming market for all major tech players.
Speaking of Samsung, the company has so far occupied the topmost position in the country’s mobile market. Alongside, the tablet segment isn’t lacking either. Samsung tablets, along with Apple’s iPads, happen to be the most sought after tablets by consumers. Also, the company’s presence of service centers throughout the country makes it a reliable brand for people.
Design of Samsung tablets
Samsung’s Galaxy tablets are some of the best designed tablets that you can get in the market. They are usually made of hard plastic, along with metal bezels and are also available in various colors.
Being fairly lightweight (up to 500 grams) for daily usage, Galaxy tablets usually feature a screen that is 7, 8 or 10.1 inches. However, the latest edition, i.e. the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 comes in two screen sizes. These are 8.0 inches and 9.7 inches. The screen is also largely an IPS LCD, while recent ones do feature AMOLED displays. A protective covering, in the form of Corning Gorilla Glass, is provided with these tablets as well.
Features of Samsung tablets
The Galaxy series of tablets are largely powered by Samsung’s own lineup of Exynos chips or Nvidia Tegra/Texas Instruments OMAP/Qualcomm Snapdragon chips. These processors also carry their respective graphics units. A memory of about 1 to 3GB can be expected from these devices. Internal storage varies between 16/32/64GB options. External micro-SD support is also available for most of the models.
When it comes to the OS, Samsung tablets all run on Android versions. The earlier versions ran on Froyo or Honeycomb. The later ones feature Jelly Bean, KitKat and Lollipop. Samsung also retains its popular TouchWiz interface on its Galaxy tablets, something which is very smooth and well crafted. A number of applications are provided as well.
All tablets feature a front facing and rear camera. Although the camera resolution varies between the various available models, the latest in the series is known to feature an 8/2.1MP rear/front combination. These are also auto-focus in nature and boast of numerous other aspects such as panorama, face detection, and more. They are also capable of recording HD videos.
Connectivity wise, the Galaxy tablets offer a lot of options. You can count on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for wireless connections. Besides this, you have models that provide SIM support, which may be 3G/LTE. USB connectivity is also common among these tablets. A fingerprint sensor is said to accompany the latest tablet in the series. A 3.5mm audio jack is provided in all of these models.
When it comes to battery life, the later models greatly pack the larger batteries. As such, the Tab S2 packs a 5870mAh Li-ion battery.
Samsung Tab News
As per recent reports, Samsung is presumably set to launch a “Scan your Device’ feature on the Samsung+ app. This tool will look to diagnose any problems that may exist in your Galaxy tablet or smartphone.