Samsung Galaxy W Tablet With Voice Calling Launched
Samsung Galaxy W Tablet has been launched, which comes with voice calling facility. The launch took place in Korea. With this launch Samsung has expanded its portfolio in its tablet arm.
It must be mentioned that the device has been tagged as a phone by the company itself. But as its screen size is 7-inch, it would be right to call it a tablet.
Samsung Galaxy W Tablet
The price of Samsung Galaxy W Tablet in Korea is Rs. 29,000, which is nearly SKW 4, 99,400 and comes without any contract. SK Telecom is the carrier that has launched the tab in Korea. It is still unclear whether the device will be launched in other countries apart from Korea at the moment.
As said above, the gadget supports the voice calling feature. So, that’s going to be one reason for its popularity. Apart from that, the LTE-A network connectivity is another plus of the device.
The Galaxy device comes with a screen size of 7-inch in HD. However, there is no word on the resolution. The OS used is Android 4.3 Jelly Bean out-of-the-box.
There is a 1.2GHz quad-core processor with an unknown chipset. The processing is helped by 1.5GB RAM. The device comes with 8MP primary camera and there is a 2MP secondary camera.
The Samsung Galaxy W Tablet had 16GB of internal storage capacity. And with the help of a microSD card, it can be increased up to 64GB, which is certainly sufficient.
Among other key things, Samsung hasn’t come up with the battery or the connectivity details. So, we will have to wait for the next important update from the Korean company. The Galaxy W weighs 245 grams.
We will have to wait when and how the Samsung Galaxy W makes it to the Indian market. Stay tuned for more details on this topic.