Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 Tablet With S Pen Stylus Introduced

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In mid-February of this year, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 tablet, which became a budget alternative to the Galaxy Tab S5e. Now the South Korean manufacturer announced a smaller version called Galaxy Tab A 8.0.

It is an updated version of its Galaxy Tab A with 4G LTE and S Pen support, which is the same as that used in Galaxy Note 8. The device features an 8-inch monitor at 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution, as indicated by previous leaks.

The new tablet from Samsung is aimed at students and young people in general, and has medium processing capacity: the chip that powers the Galaxy Tab A is the Octa-core Exynos 7904, manufactured in-house. For comparison purposes, the same is used in the Galaxy M20. The specifications also include 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, expandable up to 512GB via microSD.

Even with intermediate specs – or input – the tablet comes with the Android 9.0 Pie running with the One UI interface from Samsung. The battery has a capacity of 4200mAh, which allows, according to the manufacturer, to surf the Internet on the 4G or Wi-Fi for up to 11 hours. Of the features, the Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019) has support for the S Pen stylus and its dimensions are 201.5 × 122.4 × 8.9 mm, weight – 325 grams.

On top of the camera, the Galaxy Tab A 8 “has an 8MP rear sensor and a 5MP front, capturing videos in Full HD. According to XDA Developers, the camera supports emoji modes and AI stickers, as well as live bokeh, live blur and live beautification mode.

Do not expect to find newer biometric readers as the device does not have a fingerprint scanner and facial recognition. There are two colors: gray and black. The price of Galaxy Tab A 8.0 is not yet known.

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