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Galaxy Tab E
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.

Source: Samsung Taiwan.
Via: SamMobileEprice.
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Shwetha kodumuru

How can specs be so bad for that price point?
I think ram is larger than tab A