One of the biggest reasons Samsung has made it to the top of the smartphone and tablet market is choice. The company offers up a large number of devices across the board. Now, they’re expanding their offerings in the U.S. market with the Galaxy A6 and the Galaxy Tab A 10.5″. Both of these devices are mid-tier offerings but offer up a decent semi-premium build quality.
The Galaxy A6 joins Samsung’s Galaxy J series and Galaxy S series to round out a good offering of smartphones. Samsung says this gives consumers the flexibility to choose the right price point but still get decent specs and quality. Here are Samsung’s highlights on the Galaxy A6, Galaxy J3, J7 and the Galaxy Tab A 10.5″.
Galaxy A6: delivers features and performance consumers need, with a 5.6″ Super AMOLED Infinity Display in a sleek design. The 16MP front and rear cameras take great photos, plus the 1.7 rear aperture keeps pictures bright, even in low light. With expandable storage up to 400GB, the Galaxy A6 gives you more space for photos, videos
andother files. The Samsung Galaxy A6 will be available in the U.S. on Samsung.com for the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $359.99USD starting on September 14, and at more carrier partners in the coming weeks. The Galaxy A6 will also be available at Sprint.com on September 14, price determined by the carrier.
Galaxy J3 and J7: Introduced earlier in the summer with initial availability at carrier partners, unlocked versions of Galaxy J3 and J7 will now also be available in the U.S. on September 14 at Samsung.com for $169.99USD (J3) and $249.99USD (J7). Featuring sharp displays, great low-light cameras, expandable memory, and long-lasting batteries, the Galaxy J3, and J7 give customers even more flexibility to find the best phone for them.
Galaxy Tab A 10.5″: Featuring a 16:10 WUXGA display and Quad Speakers enhanced by Dolby Atmos, the Galaxy Tab A 10.5″ puts a cinema in your hands. The Galaxy Tab A 10.5″ also lets you control your smart home devices through SmartThings, and gives you parental controls so you can set limits on your child’s screen time with Samsung Kids, which customers can try free for 30 days. The Galaxy Tab A 10.5″ Wi-Fi version will be available in the U.S. for $329.99USD (MSRP) at Amazon, Samsung.com, Walmart and Walmart.com starting on September 14, 2018. The Galaxy Tab A 10.5″ LTE version will be available at Sprint and Verizon later this year.
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