If there’s one thing in the Android world that just doesn’t seem to die, it’s the tablet. There are still a few OEMs releasing new Android tablets, Samsung being one of them. On that note, the Galaxy Tab S5e and Tab A 10.1 are now available to pre-order and will be shipping later this month.
Galaxy Tab S5e
Featuring a large 10.5-inch screen, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e features Samsung’s Super AMOLED display technology to its slimmest tablet yet. The screen is paired with “impressive” battery power and quad rotating speakers with sound by AKG.
The Tab S5e also includes smart features like Bixby 2.0 and Samsung DeX. In addition, the Galaxy Tab S5e seamlessly syncs to your Galaxy smartphone so you can take calls or reply directly to text messages, even if your phone is out of reach.
The Galaxy Tab S5e will be available in Silver, Black, or Gold.
Galaxy Tab A 10.1
While the Tab S5e seems targeted to a more professional audience, the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 is focused on families. With a narrow bezel display and Dual speakers with Dolby Atmos 3D surround sound, the 10.1-inch Android tablet offers durability and is easy to hold.
Samsung Kids gives your kids a fun place to learn, with one of the largest curated libraries of branded content including learning-based games, books, movies and TV shows, all in a child-safe environment – which means no ads, no in-app purchases and no access to the internet or app store.Samsung press release
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e and Galaxy A 10.1 are available for pre-order as of April 3rd, 2019. They will be available at Samsung Experience Stores across Canada, online at Samsung.com, and also at major retailers across Canada on April 24th, 2019, starting at CA$549.99 and $299.99, respectively. Customers who pre-order the Galaxy Tab S5e will also receive a pair of AKG Y500 headphones, and those who pre-order the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 will receive a pair of AKG Y100 earphones.
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