Sleek, lightweight tablets run the latest Android OS for a smooth, intuitive user experience and easier sharing among multiple users
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0” with 8GB in black (SM-T230NYKAXAR) or white (SM-T230NZWAXAR)
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 8.0” with 16GB in black (SM-T330NYKAXAR) or white (SM-T330NZWAXAR)
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1” with 16GB in black (SM-T530NYKAXAR) or white (SM-T530NZWAXAR)
Any price comparison is to a new, nonrefurbished product price.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 4
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 is built to handle multiple users and tasks while staying quick on its feet, earning praise from CNET for “smooth navigation” and “consistently fast” performance.
Latest Android Operating System
The Android 4.4 KitKat operating system delivers a more polished Android experience with improved performance. It optimizes memory and responds faster to your swipes, taps, and high-fives. It also looks better than its predecessors, with an immersive mode that hides everything except what you’re focusing on—be it a game, movie, or book.
A new Multi User Mode lets everyone keep their own music, games, apps, and photos separate, making it easier to share among the family without fearing that someone will beat the high scores on your games. The colorful Kids Mode comes complete with controls to give parents more control over what kids can do on the tablet, and for how long.
Open multiple apps at once with the tablet’s Multi Window functionality. The quad-core processor keeps up as you multitask, so everything runs smoothly and quickly.
- Touchscreen with 1280x800 pixel resolution
- Android KitKat 4.4 OS
- 1.2GHz quad-core processor
- 1.5GB RAM
- 3MP rear camera with 4x optical zoom
- 1.3MP front camera
- Full specifications
- Condition: refurbished
In the 70 years of its existence, Samsung has grown into an international company with interests spanning from home electronics to skyscraper construction. The company takes its global role seriously, working to improve communities with both its financial support and the expertise of its talented employees. The company’s Solve for Tomorrow competition, for instance, challenges kids to create videos that demonstrate how science and math can be used in new ways to improve their local environment. After screening the videos of thousands of worthy entrants and dozens of confused American Idol hopefuls, Samsung chooses five winners, whose schools each receive $110,000 in technology. Solve for Tomorrow is just one of the company’s outreach initiatives, which align with their philosophy: to help build a “better global society.”