Samsung’s famous scatter-gun approach to releasing products appears to be ramping back up, with the company making a new line of tablets, called the Galaxy E, available in Taiwan.
Making the tablets official on their Taiwanese site, the company has unveiled a tablet which is aimed at the budget conscious with base range specs that drop even lower than those supplied in the recently launched in Australia Galaxy Tab A models. Priced at $225 in Taiwan, the Tab E has a 1.3GHz quad-core processor – which SamMobile speculate could be a Spreadtrum SC7730SE – with 1.5GB of RAM. The tablet comes with 8GB of on-board storage and a microSD card slot and all the usual Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS (with GLONASS) connectivity you could want. The current release is Wi-Fi only, though Samsung is apparently looking to release an LTE model.
The tablet is so far only available in Taiwan, but with Samsung it’s possible we could see it elsewhere…even here.