Samsung Galaxy Tab Tablets Price List in the Philippines May 2018
Samsung Galaxy Tab Tablets Price 2018
|Latest Samsung Galaxy Tab Tablets||Price|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 SM-T715 - LTE 32GB||P17,499 -|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 V SM-T116NU||P5,800 -|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S3||P28,500 -|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 SM-T813 - WiFi||P21,170 -|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 SM-T713 - Wi-Fi||P15,050 -|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016)||P19,543 -|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 SM-T715 - LTE 64GB||P21,000|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8.0 SM-T710 - WiFi 32GB||P24,490|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 SM-T815 - LTE 32GB||P21,100 -|
|Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 SM-T810 - WiFi 32GB||P19,999 -|
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Latest Reviews for Samsung Galaxy Tab
Nakakainis tumawag gamit itong tab na ito dahil mabilis ma-drain ang battery dahil walang proximity sensor. Laging naka-on ang screen kapag may kausap sa phone. As fot the other features naman, ...Read more
- Rating : 3.0
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- Date : Mar 31, 2018
Latest Topics for Samsung Galaxy Tab
Hi, I just want to ask, can I move the applications to SD card? because on my previous Samsung phones, the usual problem was small storage even though I have an SD card. I can't transfer it. I hope someone can help me in this matter.
- Last updated : Jan 18, 2018
- Posted by queen.kira
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About Samsung Galaxy Tab
Korean company, Samsung made a decision to come up with its own line of tablets in order to create the perfect companion to their Galaxy phone series. The tablet line from Samsung is collectively called the Galaxy Tablet series. Its very first model was a 7-inch model launched last September 2010 which had a single core processor and ran on Android 2.2 Froyo.
Popularity in the Philippines
The introduction of the Samsung Galaxy Tab series to the Philippine market could not have been timelier. With the local market dominated by the pricier Apple iPads, the Filipinos were waiting for a cheaper alternative. The good news is that not only did Samsung managed to deliver tablets which are relatively more affordable but the quality was at par with that of the US-company. It did not take long for the consumers to stand up and take notice as the tablets were really impressive.
Like other tablet collections, the Samsung Galaxy Tab series consist of entry level to high-end models which fit all sorts of budget. The devices are, of course, capable of numerous functions such as being a web browser, e-book reader, video and music player, game console and portable computing device. They also feature access to mobile apps including social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Instragram.
The models are actually categorized into Galaxy Tab, Galaxy Tab 2, Galaxy Tab 3 and Galaxy Tab Pro. The units under Galaxy Tab (First Generation) are actually named according to the LCD display size ranging from 7 inches to 10.1 inches. The second generation tablets (Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and Galaxy Tab 2 10.1) were supposedly designed to accommodate the low budget market and did not feature any WiFi capability. The 3rd generation units (Galaxy Tab 3 7.0, 8.0, 10.1 and Lite 7.0) were certainly an improvement over the 2nd generation but were still also aimed for the low budget market and comes in 7 inches, 8 inches and 10.1 inches with prices increasing as size increased.
On the other hand, the Galaxy Tab Pro is another whole new level as the models belonging to this series are aimed at the higher-end of the consumer market. The Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 model, for instance, features the Android 4.4 KitKat operating system and 12.2 WQXGA TFT screen with 2560X1600pixel resolution.
Advantage-wise, the Samsung Galaxy Tab series has a lot going for them. First and foremost, they run on Android OS which a lot of consumers prefer for their easy accessibility. Prices are also quite competitive and the many choices appeal to the Filipinos who simply love to shop and compare in order to enjoy the best deals. Another plus would be the fact that the tablets can be synced with the Samsung mobile phones making it simple to transfer and access data between your mobile devices without worrying about compatibility issues. For Samsung mobile users, you will also find that the interface is essentially the same, almost identical, on these tablets which make them easier to use and navigate. Also, we should not forget the fact that the tablets have expandable memory via the microSD card, a feature that wins over the heart of many buyers.
There really is not much reason NOT to buy one of the tablets in the Galaxy tab series considering that Samsung made sure you get value for your money with their range. To date, the company has made sure that they offer devices which are sure to be a hit among consumers for their features and affordability.
Samsung is once again looking to take over the low budget tablet market by announcing the release of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite last January 16, 2014. The Android tablet features a 7 inch 1024x600, reminiscent of the original Galaxy Tab. It also comes with 8GB internal storage and dual core processor as well as a 2MP camera. Clearly, it does not match the older Galaxy Tab 3 models but for the regular user who simply want a reliable and durable tablet, it is certainly more than adequate especially if the price tag will be pegged at less than $200.