PHILIPPINES – After the recent launch of their latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 9 last August, the South Korean company is now unveiling the follow-up to their gadget lineup, the Galaxy Watch, the Galaxy Tab S4 and the Galaxy Tab A (2018) in the country.
Promising a longer battery life, the Galaxy Watch integrates with the Samsung Galaxy Ecosystem, as well as sporting more capabilities than before. It also now comes in new watch faces and in new Silver and Rose Gold watch band colors.
The Galaxy Tab S4, on the other hand, is seemingly built for the human beings who lead work-hard-play-hard lifestyles. It also features the Samsung Desktop Experience (DeX) mode, just like on the Galaxy Note 9, which enables the user to turn their tablet into a mini laptop/desktop, giving more capabilities than the standard Android interface. It also boasts S Pen, as well as a 7,300mAh battery that promises 16 hours of battery life and just 2000 minutes to charge in full.
While its sibling, the Galaxy Tab A (2018), has a 16:10 screen-to-body ratio with its 10.5-inch screen and its slimmer bezels. Also sporting that hefty 7,300mAh battery, the device also promises longer battery life as it is being marketed as an entertainment companion, allowing you to consume multimedia on-the-go.
Pricing and Availability
The Galaxy Watch will be available on September 14 and will come in 42mm in Rose Gold and 46mm in Silver, with suggested prices being PhP15,990 and PhP16,990, respectively.
The Galaxy Tab S4, on the other hand, is available in Ebony Black and Fog Grey colors, with a suggested retail price of PhP44,990. The Galaxy Tab A (2018), however, will come cheaper at PhP23,990 and will be available starting September 28.
More information as well as complete specs of the device can be found on Samsung’s website.