Bluetooth is the second major method, after the essential WiFi, that tablets use to communicate with other devices. Bluetooth enables tablets to communicate with such as tablets, smart phones and other electronic items such as Bluetooth-enabled speakers, headsets, car hands-free systems (probably not that significant for a child’s tablet), computers and printers. Data can also be transmitted to other Bluetooth-enabled devices.
Whilst not as essential for a tablet’s operation as WiFi is, Bluetooth is a useful extra that allows more flexibility in the methods of communication. The Samsung Galaxy Tab E Lite Kids does come with Bluetooth as standard, allowing it greater flexibility. Bluetooth can be turned off when not needed, and this is a good idea as it prevents needless battery drain.