If you've been hankering to buy a tablet with 4G LTE for taking full use of your data plan while on the go, Verizon just added a brand-new Samsung model. The 8-inch Galaxy Tab E is on sale for as low as $10.41 a month, $150 with a two-year contract or $250 at retail price.
Though the Galaxy Tab E has plenty of cheap competition, those models are Wi-Fi only. There's a premium to pay for a model with cellular capabilities, so even though you can find something comparable for less than $250, you probably can't add it to your data plan. At retail price, the Samsung Galaxy Tab E is one of the more affordable 8-inch 4G LTE tablets.
- 1,280x800-pixel resolution
- Android Lollipop 5.1.1
- 16GB internal storage
- MicroSD card slot expandable up to 128GB
Verizon is currently the only carrier to offer the 8-inch variant of the tablet. The Samsung Galaxy Tab E also comes in a 9.6-inch model, that comes in Wi-Fi only (additionally in a bookworm-friendly Nook edition), as well as a 4G LTE version (which Verizon carries).