Samsung Galaxy Tab Q Comes Dual Sim with Voice Calling and HD Display
Samsung, the tech giant has released many killer products this year, The Galaxy S5, Galaxy K Zoom, Galaxy S5 Mini and Galaxy Tab S, but Samsung is not finished yet. A new tablet will hit the market, the Galaxy Tab Q aka Galaxy W.
The Galaxy W has been released in June, in Samsung’s home country, South Korea. The tablet has also been launched in China under the name Samsung Galaxy Tab Q, reports Phone Arena.
The Galaxy Tab Q will sport a 7.0inch TFT display that has a HD resolution of 720×1270 pixels. The aspect ratio of the tablet is 16:9, and even if it’s a tablet, users will be able to make phone calls/voice calls with it. The tablet is has pretty big dimensions. The measurements of the tablet are : 191.84×99.7×8.95 mm and it’s a little heavy, weighing 250 grams. With these dimension it is pretty clear that you won’t be able to use it as a smart phone, but the calling feature is still welcomed.
The device is running on the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean operating system. The processor it uses is a quad-core processor that runs at 1.2 GHz. Regarding connectivity, the new tablet will support LTE and NFC.
The Galaxy Tab Q will have a main camera placed in the rear side of 8 MP and a secondary one placed in the front of 2 MP. The internal memory that devices has is 16 GB, but it supports micro SD card making it able for the user to expand the tablets memory. The amount of RAM available is 1 GB, some might say that it should have more. The battery that the device sports is a 3.200 mAh battery unit.
Samsung has released two version of Samsung Galaxy Tab Q in China. The versions are the SM-T2556 and the SM-T2558. The SM-T2558 is supporting the dual SIM mode.
Samsung did not confirm anything regarding the release of the tablet in other regions, but it is expected to be launched soon.