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Samsung Galaxy a Tabor

Samsung Galaxy a Tabor

Samsung Galaxy a Tab

If you’re planning on purchasing the Samsung Galaxy a Tab, you should ask yourself how the device will fit into your life and what your goals are. And, here’s the kicker---it’s a tablet, not a smartphone!

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Large screen feel. Lightweight form. Sleek and powerful, the new Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0-inch lets you browse, watch your favorite shows and movies, play games, and get things done on an Android tablet that’s light as air and comfortable in your hand. Even after gaming all day, there’s still enough power to catch up on your must-see TV shows in the evening. With a long-lasting 13-hour¹ battery life and expandable memory², the Galaxy Tab A 8.0-inch is built to keep up with you. The tablet that goes where you go, Samsung Galaxy Tab A is the perfect blend of performance, design, and attainability. With a slim and compact design that’s portable and easy to carry in one hand, this Samsung tablet excels at all the basics, and beyond. ¹Battery life may vary depending on network environment, usage patterns and other factors. ²With a microSD card (sold separately).

This did not meet my expectations. I'm coming from a 3 year old Lenovo Tab 4 8.0 and this is no better than that minus the newer Android. They brought back the ambient light sensor for auto brightness but it always defaults to the minimum brightness for some reason when turned on. Comes with Android 9.0 out of the box. It has micro USB in a time where everything is USB C. It plays all my games fine and it plays Netflix and Plex. It also has 32gb internal storage plus micro sd slot. Screen is nice, speakers are also good, gets very loud and have more bass than I thought they would. Has a headphone jack. This is the budget tablet to get I would say, blows away the Kindle fires because it has Play Store. Needs faster processor, faster storage, and more memory because it is very slow. Unfortunately there is a huge gap in tablets, you either get a slow budget tablet or you end up having to pay upwards of $400 or more for a fast tablet. I wish there wasn't such a huge gap. Hopefully Samsung will take note. (Source: www.amazon.com)

 

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