Samsung brings the Galaxy A6 and Galaxy Tab A to the U.S.
While Samsung’s recent offerings have been on the high end with the Note9, they haven’t forgotten about the mid-tier market, and they are bringing two devices to compete in that market with the Galaxy A6 and Galaxy Tab A 10.5.
The Galaxy A6 is a feature-rich mid-tier smartphone with a 5.6″ Super AMOLED Infinity display with HD+ resolutions (720×1480), 16 MP rear camera, Exynos 7884 processor, 3 GB Ram, 32 GB of storage that’s you can expand up to 400 GB with a microSD card. It will come with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box and retail for $359.99 unlocked from Samsung.com and Sprint will be the first US carrier to offer it on September 14th.
Samsung hasn’t forgotten the tablet market bringing the new Galaxy Tab A 10.5 which features at 16:10 WUXGA display at 1920×1200 resolutions, Snapdragon 450 processor, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB of storage with microSD card support up to 400 GB. Improved audio with Dolby Atoms and if you are using Samsung SmartThings to control your smart home devices the Galaxy Tab A 10.5 will work well as a controller for it. There will be a Wi-Fi and LTE model available (later this year) and will retail for $329.99, and you pick it up at either Samsung.com or Amazon.
Samsung is also touting its new service called Samsung Kids offers learning games, books and videos for kids from publishers such as LEGO, Toca Boca and Sesame workshop. The service is free for 30 days and then $7.99 per month after.