Just a few days ago we found out that the Samsung Galaxy TabQ had arrived to China, with a 7 inch screen and a quad core CPU and today we learn more about its pricing. The newcomer gets priced at a local shop, at $354.


This model uses a 7 inch 720p display and looks more like a larger phone than a tablet. It has an imitation leather back cover and supports 4G LTE connectivity. Inside there’s a quad core Qualcomm CPU, as the listing confirms and interestingly enough, this model is mentioned as more of a low end than a high end product. It’s a 16:9 slate with 1.5 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage, as well as an extra 64 GB available via microSD.

Android 4.4 is the OS here and the product measures 8.95 mm in thickness, plus it weighs 260 grams. There’s a 2 megapixel front cam for videocalls, an 8 megapixel main shooter and a battery capacity of 3200 mAh. I like the red/mauve look of the model shown below and we also seem to be getting a special case for it.