Samsung launches Galaxy Tab A 7.0 at Rs 9,500
New Delhi: As pill shipments proceed to stoop in India, Samsung India on Thursday mentioned the corporate will launch inexpensive merchandise this 12 months, predicting the pill business is about to make a robust comeback.
“2017 was a de-growth 12 months for the pill business as a complete however we, as a model, carried out nicely over 2016 by registering close to double-digit development by market worth,” Vishal Kaul, Director, Cell Enterprise, Samsung India, informed IANS right here.
Bullish on its efficiency in 2017, the South Korean tech big on Thursday forayed into the finances pill market with the launch of Galaxy Tab A 7.zero at Rs 9,500 that sports activities rounded edges and a “non-slip” sample.
The 4G pill comes with HD show and a hefty 4000mAh battery that claims to supply as much as 9 hours of video playback.
“Galaxy Tab A 7.zero caters to customers` on-the-go and thereby acts as an ideal companion for his or her lively life-style,” Kaul added.
The gadget has 1.5GB RAM and 8GB onboard storage that may be expanded through a microSD card to as much as 200GB.
The tab additionally comes with “Children Mode” that gives academic and helpful content material designed particularly for kids.
It additionally has parental management that provides options reminiscent of setting utilization cut-off dates and proscribing entry to particular purposes.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.zero is powered by 1.5 GHz quad-core processor. There’s a 5MP auto-focus (AF) major digital camera and a 2 MP entrance digital camera.
The cargo of tabs witnessed a decline of 11 per cent over the earlier quarter in India — with simply zero.68 million shipments within the second quarter of 2017.
In keeping with market intelligence agency CMR India, Indian market recorded 29 per cent year-on-year decline for the second quarter of this 12 months.
Nonetheless, on this falling pill market, Samsung and Lenovo — with 14 per cent market share every — ranked third, with Canadian producer Datawind being the chief.
“We’re additionally optimistic about doing higher in 2018 than final 12 months in tab class,” Kaul informed IANS.