Samsung’s Galaxy Tab family of Android tablets has been around for years and includes a ton of different models and sizes, and today the family gained another member.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab E has been made officially official on Samsung’s Taiwanese site. The Galaxy Tab E offers some fairly entry-level specs, but it does offer a pretty large display. Here’s what its full spec rundown looks like:
The Galaxy Tab E will launch in Taiwan this month for around $225, and right now there’s no word on when or if it’ll launch in other markets. Obviously the Tab E isn’t going to appeal to the same folks that the super high-end Galaxy Tab S models did, but the Tab E could be appealing to some folks since its got a big display, low price tag, and a microSD slot that can hold all of your content.