Samsung launches 7 inch Galaxy J Tab in Taiwan
The Galaxy devices that are currently being launched by Samsung which bears the J moniker have something in common – they are all entry level smartphones. Just recently, the Samsung Galaxy J5 and J5 Pro were launched in the Chinese market and the Asian manufacturer have come back with a new tablet in this line of J devices, naming it the Galaxy Tab J, a tablet that comes at a screen of 7 inches of size.
Asides the 7-inch panel on the device, the device’s screen is set at a specification of 1280 x 800 pixels. All the computing power you would need from the device is supported by a quad core processor clocked at an operational frequency of 1.5GHz. The CPU is set at a capacity of 1.5GB RAM and an internal storage memory of 8GB. Even though this is not impressive on a tablet, there is hope with the expandable storage option.
Tablets are not usually good when it comes to taking pictures but if you insist, there is an 8MP rear camera and a selfie camera of 2MP on the front of the device. For the Taiwanese market where it has been launched, the device would be sold for TWD 5990 (equivalent to $185)
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