T-Mobile has just expanded its portfolio by two more affordable devices. The Galaxy On5 and Galaxy Tab E are scheduled to hit the carrier’s shelves later this month. The former is a phone offering 4G LTE, 5-inch screen and Android 6.0 Marshmallow experience, while the latter is an LTE-capable 8-inch tablet driven by Samsung’s own Exynos quad-core processor. Both devices are available within T-Mobile 24-month installment plans with low monthly rates.
In following weeks T-Mobile will add the Galaxy On5 and Galaxy Tab E to its lineup. Both devices offer pretty respectable specs at competitive price.
Samsung Galaxy On5
To start with the new smartphone offering, the Galaxy On5 arrives equipped in a 5-inch 1280x720p screen panel and is powered by the Exynos quad-core processor clocked at 1.3GHz and paired with 1.5GB RAM and 4G LTE modem. Although the computing parameters aren’t surely particularly remarkable, they should cope with the Android’s latest OS pretty well. Powered by a 2,600 mAh battery, the phone delivers 8GB of expandable internal storage, whereas its optics are represented by a 5MP primary camera with LED flash and a 2MP front shooter.
Moving on to the T-Mobile offer, the Galaxy On5 will be available at both T-Mobile and its prepaid subsidiary, Metro PCS, giving its potential customers a great number of purchase options. On June 29th the Un-carrier will begin to sell the phone for $140 outright. But in case you don’t want to paid its full retail price, you can opt for an installment plan. By choosing this option the phone will be yours for zero upfront, but you will be charged $5.83 each of 24 months of the installment plan service. As for Metro PCS, they will offer the phone slightly earlier than its parent brand. Starting June 27 Metro PCS will be selling the Galaxy On5 for $129. However, if you add a special rebate worth $70, the phone will cost you just $59.
Samsung Galaxy Tab E
Switching to the Samsung Galaxy Tab E 4G LTE tablet, since the tablet is available for several months now at Verizon, T-Mobile won’t be the first US carrier to offer it. What means that they had to prepare a really tempting deal on the device, which they somehow managed to do. Starting June 22nd T-Mobile will be selling the tablet for $240 upfront, which is 90 bucks cheaper than at Verizon. However, this is just one of the available purchase options since you may as well enroll for the carrier’s 24-month installment plan. If you do so, then you will be asked to pay $10 per month with no upfront payment. In comparison, within its similar installment plan Verizon charges $13.74 per month for the device.
As for the Galaxy Tab E list of specs, except for Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS, the tablet offers its users an 8-inch display sporting 1280x800p of resolution. Powered by the 1.3GHz Exynos quad-core processor coupled with 16GB of built-in storage than luckily may be expanded by microSD cards, the tablet hides a 5MP back camera supported by a 2MP front sensor and 5,000 mAh batter. All these features along with 4G LTE connectivity support make the device a perfect portable entertainment tool for the whole family.
As you see both Samsung’s devices offer pretty solid specs at really decent pricing, which should help them win masses of potential users. However, due to its stunning discount the Galaxy On5 will surely be the one to get more attention.
source: Phone Scoop