Samsung’s tablet repertoire keeps growing, this time abandoning the S for an A. The Korean giant had stated that they would be trimming and focusing their smartphone and tablet lineups by reducing the number of devices and making them more cost-effective for consumer (read, cheaper). While we still see many Samsung phones, critics agree that they do indeed feel more polished and with a clearer purpose. This is how Samsung’s Galaxy A line-up came to be, a spiritual successor to last year’s Galaxy Alpha that didn’t quite buzz around as expected, but still offered a solid package with surprising performance for a non-flagship.
The Galaxy Tab A attempts to bring a tablet to this new philosophy. It was rec. . . READ ON »
The post Samsung Galaxy Tab A Hits USA, but Is It Cheap Enough? appeared first on xda-developers.


More...