Samsung confirms launch of Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016)

Over a month after officially unveiling it, Samsung has confirmed the South Korea launch of the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016). The company has said that the tablet will go on sale in its home country sometime later this month.

Samsung confirms South Korea launch of Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016)

As for price, the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016) will carry a tag of KRW 359,000 for the WiFi version and KRW 399,000 for the LTE-enabled model. These prices translate into around $310 and $345, respectively. Color options include black and white.

In case you don’t already know, Samsung has already announced the device’s European pricing – 289 for the WiFi model and 349 for the one with cellular connectivity.


9 thoughts on “Samsung confirms launch of Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016)

  1. While the tablet’s specs are truly shit, i love that aspect ratio. Samsung better use 16:10 on galaxy tab s3

  2. People is getting really tired with your pathetic weak tablets so make a new flagship to make as happy again or gtfo

  3. I’ve had tab3 10.1 a while ago and it was crap. Worse than tab3 8.0 which wasn’t great anyway but somewhat better than 10.1. Just this week I’ve got myself nexus 7 brand new for 135€ and I have to say that it is miles ahead of tab3 8.0. While samsung top end phones are just great piece of technology their budget tablets are worth nothing. Top end tablets might be great too, but I don’t need a top end one to read the book watch the movie and browse internet.

  4. This is the most useless piece of shit tablet Samsung has ever made. Bring back the Galaxy Note(pro) series ffs..

  5. Anonymous, 5 hours agoWhile the tablet’s specs are truly shit, i love that aspect ratio. Samsung better use 16:10 on… moreYeah these crap tabs are making me limp!! Get in with the good stuff or get the…… out!!!!

  6. Samsung should just stop making tablets if they keep churning out this rubbish.

  7. I’ll pass for that tablet & wait the incoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 (if Samsung really did).

  8. so boring and useless, they will never reach apple’s level

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