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Samsung Releases 10.5-Inch Galaxy Tab A

Samsung has unveiled a new 10.5-inch Galaxy Tab A along with the reveal of the Galaxy S4 Tablet.

The new Tab A has a 16:10 screen-to-body ratio from slimmer bezels. The tablet has four speakers built into each corner of the tablet featuring Dolby Atmos.

This comes with added connectivity features including the ‘Always On Daily Board’ bringing daily information to one hub showing a clokc, calendar, weather updates and a digital photo library.

Smart Things is also included in the tablet where users can control their home appliances via the app from turning up the heater or switching on lights.

The tablet is powered with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 Octacore with a 8MP front facing camera and 5MP rear camera with flash.

Jason Lee, director and head of tablet product strategy group at mobile communication business at Samsung says, “We are proud to announce the Galaxy Tab A 10.5’’, Samsung’s latest addition to the tablet lineup with capabilities that make life easier, and more entertaining for the whole family.

“Featuring a refreshed design, enhanced parental controls and new home connectivity capabilities, the Galaxy Tab A 10.5’’ is the perfect complement for the modern household.”

This new tablet gives parents the control to manage content and usage time with Kids Mode featuring Kids Browser, Galaxy Apps for Kids and eight free child-friendly apps.

Families can also use Multi User Mode on the Galaxy Tab A 10.5’’ to create various accounts on the same device, such as one account for a child with separate accounts for the parents— for greater functionality on a single tablet.

This tablet along with the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy Tab S4 will be shown at Samsung’s Unpacked event next week on August 9 in New York City.

Australian pricing and availability is still to come.

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