Samsung partners Noble and Barnes to launch the Galaxy Tab A Nook
If you are someone who fancies reading books in the soft copy and you are in the market for an e-reader that offers much more features than any one on the market now does, you might want to look at the latest product of the collaboration between Samsung and Noble and Barnes.
Named the Samsung Galaxy Tab A Nook, it comes with 7 inches of screen and comes with an inbuilt customised Noble and Barnes skin which makes book reading an experience like none other for you.
It is not a power board but it surely gets the job done. For one, it has an 8GB of internal storage space to keep your tons of books and other media files while there is a micro SD card slot on board to help expansion to up to 200GB. There is a main camera of 5MP on the back and even though it has been optimised for reading, selfie lovers have not been forgotten with a front facing 2MP shooter.
The processor on this tablet has not been leaked by Noble and Barnes themselves and if what we have seen so far is anything to go by, it’s very likely to be a low end processor that would have just four cores.
At $139, it wouldn’t be a great fit for gamers and with the Android Lollipop 5.0 out of the box, it is surely a great match for e-readers.
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