Samsung Galaxy Tab E, 9.6”, Tablet, 8GB Wi-Fi Only - Black or White for £99 at Tesco Direct (Free C+C)
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Samsung Galaxy Tab E, 9.6”, Tablet, 8GB Wi-Fi Only - Black or White for £99 at Tesco Direct (Free C+C)

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Found 21st Nov 2016Made hot 21st Nov 2016
With its comfortable profile and grip, the Samsung Galaxy Tab E was made to go wherever you go. And its 9.6-inch clear, bright screen lets everyone enjoy more of what they love, from watching a movie with the family at home to reading a bestseller at the coffee shop. And the 5,000mAh battery keeps you powered up to watch, read and game at home or on the go.

Weighing only 490g and at just 8.5mm thick, the Galaxy Tab E is incredibly portable. It boasts a 2MP front camera and a rear 5MP camera with autofocus that can shoot high definition video. With compatibility for up to 128GB of micro SD card storage, the Galaxy Tab E allows you to take your favourite films, music and books with you wherever you go.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab E is powered by a fast 1.3GHz Quad-Core processor and runs on the intuitive Android 4.4 KitKat operating system. With the Ultra Power Saving Mode, you can make the battery last even longer by restricting usage to only essential applications and those selected by you.

Link to Samsung Galaxy Tab E, 9.6”, Tablet, 8GB Wi-Fi Only - White
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51 Comments

Thanks OP. Heat added

can these run a whole full webpages/websites/desktop pages? like full adobe and all video on internet browser?

I had one of these tablets years back and its annoying because I couldn't watch movies on the webpages

thanks for your answers

iz123456789

can these run a whole full webpages/websites/desktop pages? like full … can these run a whole full webpages/websites/desktop pages? like full adobe and all video on internet browser?I had one of these tablets years back and its annoying because I couldn't watch movies on the webpages thanks for your answers



I have no idea what Tablet you be rocking in the past there?, but ...

EVERY Android Tablet I've ever had in the past (we're talking at least 4+ here ... ) have never had any Adobe Flash issues whatsoever?, so .....

Anything upto Android 4.0 were STILL Adobe Flash 'supported' (after that, Adobe pulled it's Android support from straight under it!, lol), so ANYTHING from Android 4.0 and before/earlier should be/would be still 100% Adobe Flash supported!.

And ANYTHING beyond Android 4.0 will incorporate the newer HTML Platform/Engine instead! (which is basically utilizing other Technologies to make Flash, WITHOUT Flash?, hehehe, so obviously, pro's and con's with both perhaps?). :-)

Go pick your flavour basically?, lol. :-)

There was a point in time when I would have all but died for a Samsung Tablet!, looool.

But now, with MANY other notable brands out there like Lenovo, Acer, Bush, Alba, Nexus 7, Amazon Fire Tablet, etc, etc ( + a few other's besides?), allllllll HITTING the £50-£100 :brackets', is it worth bothering with these Samsung Tablets again? (at similar prices ..... )

That was a genuine question?, lol, as I am very curious on anyone's thoughts either way on the matter?, thanx. :-)

Shame they cant go any higher than Android 5.1 i think

malachi

Shame they cant go any higher than Android 5.1 i think


Thanks, was gonna ask that.

Thanks OP bought the mother one for Christmas

E tablets on sale in Tesco, whatever next.

Cold: I bought one last year as a gift. Same price also at Tesco. To be honest it's better to pay a little bit extra for Samsung Tab A or buy one of the Chinese ones at GearBest or Aliexpress. There a 3 main reasons: poor screen quality, tablet is lagging and battery life is bad(slow charging but very quickly draining even when WiFi is off).

Samsung tabs usually dont allow install to sd - does this one? If not 8gb is very low.

I was torn between this and the Galaxy tab A as it didn't look like there was much difference. Glad I went with the A as it seems to get much better reviews. Mines great, unbelievable battery life. Got mine last year £139 from Argos, plump up the extra if you can. The A upgrades to Marshmallow too.

iz123456789

can these run a whole full webpages/websites/desktop pages? like full … can these run a whole full webpages/websites/desktop pages? like full adobe and all video on internet browser?I had one of these tablets years back and its annoying because I couldn't watch movies on the webpages thanks for your answers



​May sound silly but I downloaded a different web browser (dolphin) and it seemed to do the trick, I was able to watch movies on the actual websites.

Babbler

Samsung tabs usually dont allow install to sd - does this one? If not 8gb … Samsung tabs usually dont allow install to sd - does this one? If not 8gb is very low.


Yes, in the one bought I install 32GB micro SD card.

leelukehope

I was torn between this and the Galaxy tab A as it didn't look like there … I was torn between this and the Galaxy tab A as it didn't look like there was much difference. Glad I went with the A as it seems to get much better reviews. Mines great, unbelievable battery life. Got mine last year £139 from Argos, plump up the extra if you can. The A upgrades to Marshmallow too.



They're £180 now! Its not worth the £80 extra

What ram does this have guys. Doesn't say on tesco site.

SeaBass2013

Yes, in the one bought I install 32GB micro SD card.




They take cards... but can you install apps to them? My samsung tab has a card but wont let you install apps to it.

kidd172

What ram does this have guys. Doesn't say on tesco site.



​1.5 GB... which I have to say is not enough for these days! I would search something else with at least 2 GB! But then again, depends on the usage, how many apps are u planning to install and run! So keep in mind....low disk space 8GB, low ram 1.5 GB!!!

we are having issues with my children's, not letting us download apps to SD card

immynjoesmum

we are having issues with my children's, not letting us download apps to … we are having issues with my children's, not letting us download apps to SD card



Well, you should try asking them nicely.


Edited by: "DonkeyKonk" 21st Nov 2016

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family members bought 2, screen LEDs broke within 7 months on both

amour3k

There was a point in time when I would have all but died for a Samsung … There was a point in time when I would have all but died for a Samsung Tablet!, looool.But now, with MANY other notable brands out there like Lenovo, Acer, Bush, Alba, Nexus 7, Amazon Fire Tablet, etc, etc ( + a few other's besides?), allllllll HITTING the £50-£100 :brackets', is it worth bothering with these Samsung Tablets again? (at similar prices ..... )That was a genuine question?, lol, as I am very curious on anyone's thoughts either way on the matter?, thanx. :-)



The one advantage of samsung is the split-screen mode - useful for watching videos and doing something else at the same time, assuming enough RAM.

Tablets have advanced wildly over the last few years, so even a 2y old type model can be still very practical. There are many no-name chinese brands with good/much-better specs. Samsungs are fairly reliable and well know/good quality. These samsung tablets are "not bad" - but the RAM and screen spec is very low, and hence, a bit overpriced. At 60 pounds - snap it up. At 100...shop around and compare specs/reviews.

CrispEditor

The one advantage of samsung is the split-screen mode - useful for … The one advantage of samsung is the split-screen mode - useful for watching videos and doing something else at the same time, assuming enough RAM.Tablets have advanced wildly over the last few years, so even a 2y old type model can be still very practical. There are many no-name chinese brands with good/much-better specs. Samsungs are fairly reliable and well know/good quality. These samsung tablets are "not bad" - but the RAM and screen spec is very low, and hence, a bit overpriced. At 60 pounds - snap it up. At 100...shop around and compare specs/reviews.



Android 7 (Nougat) has this built-in now. That doesn't say all that much considering how poorly most devices are supported.

Edited by: "rev6" 21st Nov 2016

Tempting between this or a Tab A (if a good price could be got) and then flash stock android, that usually livens these lower tier devices up.

SeaBass2013

Cold: I bought one last year as a gift. Same price also at Tesco. To be … Cold: I bought one last year as a gift. Same price also at Tesco. To be honest it's better to pay a little bit extra for Samsung Tab A or buy one of the Chinese ones at GearBest or Aliexpress. There a 3 main reasons: poor screen quality, tablet is lagging and battery life is bad(slow charging but very quickly draining even when WiFi is off).


Same here, returned for a Tab A.

Thank you ordered.my husband has one,was getting one for our daughter for xmas.was waiting to see if they were going down on "Black Friday" so very happy.

Babbler

They take cards... but can you install apps to them? My samsung tab has a … They take cards... but can you install apps to them? My samsung tab has a card but wont let you install apps to it.



​I had the problem of most apps not saving to sd card. Definitely go for bigger memory

I agree regarding the apps not moving to SD card is ballache especially when your 3yr old thinks he can download everything outside parental controls pegi settings. Trouble is the tablet won't work without at least a gig storage spare so 8gb is never really 8gb and imo even with light use simply isn't enough .... I'll be looking for another with bigger memory even if more expensive will be worth it. I do think screen and battery life was OK though.

iz123456789

can these run a whole full webpages/websites/desktop pages? like full … can these run a whole full webpages/websites/desktop pages? like full adobe and all video on internet browser?I had one of these tablets years back and its annoying because I couldn't watch movies on the webpages thanks for your answers


Yes they can and with html app they can run Full html Web page with no issues

Does this HDMI out anyone please?

kreames

Does this HDMI out anyone please?



You can buy the micro usb to hdmi leads

If you use Sky Go or BBC iplayer regularly the 8gb internal memory is very restrictive.
Both these apps will only allow you to save downloaded programmes to the internal memory even if you install an Sd card and there is no way around it.
This means you will only be able to download a few programmes before it fills the internal memory.
Edited by: "jon67" 21st Nov 2016

Thanks - have been watching the price on these. 2 ordered. Xmas done!

great find was looking for one the other week but price went back up. just brought mine from pc world who price matched.

great ordered 2! thanks

How about the 16gb version ??

cheers op went and picked one up for my son before im sure the specs wont bother him as hes only two

Only 1280 x 800

hey wondering if someone can help, was thinking of buying my da this tablet, it would be for using skype, youtube and was going to download kodi also,would there be enough memory for it? thanks!!

8gb of storage, is very low, you will only have about 4gb of that left after the operating system and there are the app updates, its why they are on sale, plus they lag.

We sold our galaxy tab E and purchased the 10" Bush B2 tablet from Argos, Full HD screen, 32gb storage, 2gb RAM amd Android 6.0, its much better in every way, 2yr warranty as sell and its £110.

Any codes to get a further discount or quidco ??
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