Only the 9.7-inch variant of the tablet has been unveiled for South Korea, but the country will receive both the Wi-Fi and LTE versions. The Galaxy Tab A with the S Pen accessory will be priced at 399,999 won ($370) and 484,000 ($450) in South Korea respectively.
According to DigiTimes, Samsung will be releasing all variants of the tablet in Taiwan early May. You'll be expected to part with NT$8,990 (US$292) for the 8-inch Wi-Fi model and NT$12,900 ($420) for LTE- connectivity. The 9.7-inch clocks in at NT$10,900 ($360) for the Wi-Fi variant and NT$14,900 ($490) for LTE.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A will be launching in the US on May 1 too.
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