Designed to keep families entertained while at home or on the go, Samsung officially launches the new Galaxy Tab A 10.5. The tech giant’s latest device specializes in family-friendly entertainment and ensures epic family time anywhere.

With its audio and visual features, the Galaxy Tab A 10.5 is ideal for enjoying your favorite films and shows. Whether lounging on the couch or enjoying a long drive with the family, the Galaxy Tab A 10.5 keeps children entertained for hours.

This widescreen tablet allows friends and family to watch movies, play games, listen to music, or browse content together through its wide 10.5-inch display and 16:10 screen-to-body ratio due to its slimmer bezels. The device also has quad speakers tuned by AKG with support from Dolby Atmos 3D Surround Sound, which promises to transform mobile entertainment into an immersive audio-visual experience. The device also ensures longer battery life with its 7,300mAh capacity.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5 also gives parents the control to manage content and usage time with Kids Mode. This child-friendly tablet interface is designed to make learning and entertainment simple, safe, and fun. This mode features Kids Browser, Galaxy Apps for Kids, and eight free child-friendly apps from family-favorite brands. Multi User Mode can be used to create up to eight accounts on the same device in order to benefit the entire family.

With the Galaxy Tab A 10.5’s enhanced connectivity features, families are able to stay updated all the time. Samsung’s Always On Daily Board brings integral daily information to one easy-to-view home hub including a clock, calendar, and weather updates, as well as a digital photo library.

The new Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5 comes in a Fog Grey color and will be available in the Philippines starting September 28 with a suggested retail price of P23,990.

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Nadine is always fascinated about pop culture, especially if it's about her favorite Marvel, Star Wars, and Disney characters (technically they're all Disney now). She also enjoys reading female-centric novels , that is when she's not in bookstores hoarding them.