Information about new Samsung tablets has been added to the network. In 2018, we will see 3 models from various price levels. Is it worth waiting for tablets from Samsung?
Samsung cares about refreshing the portfolio of its tablets every year. It will not be any different this year, but Koreans consistently focus on quality rather than quantity. In this case, only three models will go on sale. It is worth waiting for them? I will start with the cheapest E series. In earlier years, there were models of different screen diagonals within it, but all had a common feature – they were cheap. And so it is also to remain in 2018, because Samsung Galaxy Tab E is supposed to hit the market. The source does not give a diagonal screen, but in my opinion it will be a small tablet with a diagonal of around 8 inches to attract the customer with price. https://www.tabletmaniak.pl/232878/samsung-galaxy-tab-s3-test/ If you prefer a slightly larger work surface, it is worth paying attention to the average shelf, the representative of which in 2018 will be Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1. These models have accustomed us to the aspect ratio of 4: 3, which according to the manufacturer is optimal in the context of browsing the internet. Due to the stronger specification it will also work better in the hands of players. The last model is of course the most interesting. Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is the only model that the Koreans equip with the AMOLED screen. You can read the review of Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, the predecessor, on the pages of tabletManiaKa. If his successor is at least as good, he will surely find many buyers. Users will be able to enjoy the benefits of the stylus, which works just as well as in the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 – it's also an interesting choice for professionals. Despite the fact that Samsung is not already filling the market with many models, it can be seen that the strategy is well thought-out and it is worth sticking to it consistently. I wonder if there will still be a sufficient group of people willing to allow Samsung to continue production of tablets. How do you think?