Samsung has released a children’s version of the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite in Russia. The tablet called Samsung Galaxy Tab A Kids was launched in collaboration with Smeshariki, a children’s brand in Russia. It will be preloaded with over 20 educational and entertainment apps from partner brands like Lego. The tablet will also feature a special interface with a digital assistant named Marusia, which is programmed to entertain children with stories, music and games. The Samsung Galaxy Tab A Kids will come with a protective cover / stand in bright color.
Price, availability of the Samsung Galaxy A Kids
Samsung Galaxy A Kids has an introductory price of RUB 14,990 (around Rs. 15,500). It is currently available for purchase only in Russia through the official Samsung online store and retail stores nationwide. Availability of the tablet in India and other markets has yet to be announced.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A Kids specifications, features
As mentioned earlier, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A Kids has an interface designed especially for children. It also contains parental controls to limit access and configure the type of content available to children. The tablet comes with a shockproof case to protect it from accidental drops.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A Kids packs a 5100 mAh battery, which is supposed to last a full day of active use. The tablet features an 8.7-inch TFT touchscreen with reduced bezels. The screen offers a resolution of 1340×800 pixels. It is listed to contain a 2.3GHz octa-core chipset, which is said to be the MediaTek Helio P22T SoC that powers the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite.
On the optical side, the tablet has an 8-megapixel main camera with autofocus. The main camera is capable of recording Full HD video at 30 fps. In addition, the tablet is equipped with a 2 megapixel front camera.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A Kids is a Wi-Fi only tablet that also supports Bluetooth v5.0 connectivity. It houses 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of built-in memory (expandable up to 1 TB with a microSD card).
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