On Tuesday, Amazon and Wal-mart announced that they were partnering with Samsung on the new Samsung RCA Voyager tablet.

The two companies will start shipping the tablet in the United States on Friday, according to a post on Samsung’s website.

The RCA Vivo is the latest in a series of tablets from Samsung that is aimed at kids and families.

The company has previously announced a number of Android tablets for kids, including the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7.

The new Samsung product is likely to be aimed at a younger demographic, particularly in rural areas where people can’t afford a tablet.

It’s unclear how much of the $130-million RCA product, which is expected to sell for $99,000 when it goes on sale in the US on Wednesday, will be sold through Wal-marts.

The tablet, which features a 4.3-inch touchscreen, has been the focus of a lot of speculation about the new product.

The rumors are based on reports that the device is an Android tablet that will have a touchscreen.

However, a review by The Verge on the device last month said that it did not feature a touchscreen, and that it was a “more traditional Android tablet.”

It also said that the tablet does not include a microphone.