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|Operating System||Android 5.0 Lollipop|
|Memory||Installed: 1.5 GB|
|Processor||1.2 GHz Quad-Core|
|Storage||Flash 16 GB|
|Package Weight||1.0 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||8.5 x 5.8 x 1.8"|
|Flash Media Slot||1x microSDXC|
|Ports||USB 2.0 - Micro|
|Audio||1/8" (3.5 mm) Headphone/MicrophoneIntegrated Stereo Speakers|
|Battery||Built-In Lithium-Ion (4200.0 mAh)|
|Weight||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Native Resolution||1024 x 768|
|Camera||Back: 5.0 MP / Video: 1280 x 720pFront: 2.0 MP|
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A is a simple tablet worth picking up for its low price, and its valuable extras sweeten the deal even more.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A is affordably priced and offers many premium app perks for free. Its microSD slot accommodates cards up to 128GB.
The plastic construction feels cheap, and the single speaker provides weak audio. The text often appears pixelated.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 LTE is a very functional tablet that is both good for work and play. It’s good for watching movies, reading e-books, sketching, quick MS Office work, and light gaming.
* Slim and light, * Decent performance, * Good battery life, * Inclusion of S Pen, * S Pen, * Vibrant display with good viewing angles, * Call and text functionality
* Pricey given the specs, * Low resolution display, * Not so loud speakers
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 is available for $229, and the larger Galaxy Tab A 9.7 also features a heftier price tag of $299, but is currently on Amazon with a price tag of $266.77.
-Great battery life -Good audio quality -Pleasant software experience
-Overpriced -Low resolution display -Slower performance
Yesterday we officially attended the official launch of Samsung’s newest tablet, the Galaxy Tab A 8 . We first featured that Galaxy Tab A 8 a few days ago, and many of you shared your thoughts on the specs, and features of the tablet.
Very nice little unit for a great price. The low price trades does come with lower screen resolution than premium units, but there is not much else left out from this tablet. Has been perfectly reliable so far, really happy with it!
Nice screen, great battery life, feels nice in your hands, extendable storage
not much for the price
This is my 2nd purchase of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8" Tablet in less than two weeks. Yeah, birthdays gifts for my son's 13th birthday and my adorable wife's birthday. The Tab A fits our needs perfectly. From downloading games to watching live streams of our favorite t.v.
I upgraded to this tablet and it's so much nicer than my old Tab 3. The screen is crisp, plenty of storage, processor power, and battery life are a great upgrade for me. I added a 64GB SD card so I have plenty of space for my files.
Purchased for my husband for the extra "memory" on the device. Not for shaky or "fat" fingers. Think he was touching one spot and several other windows would pop up. Very upsetting. Returned it.
We introduced my mother in law in using electronic and the new tablet was perfect for her. It's easy to use and understand. My kids helped her set it up.
Its great for a new user. It's easy to use
Great cheap tablet for anyone that wants one to do things around the house with.
Love it! Surprisingly not that much bloat ware. Runs very quick and does movies and books with no problem.
Price is too high! I should have researched more but my GF found this exact tablet for only 100$.
Used my Samsung Galaxy Tab to take photos during recent vacation...very pleased! I recommended to a co-worker and she recently purchased her Tablet for upcoming vacation to Ireland.
The tablet is fast, easy to handle and of a great color. Resolution is very good and sound super nice especially when connected to a speaker system.
Replaced an older ipad with the tablet, and have no regrets for the price. Powerful enough to play games on, fits well in the hand. I've had other android tablets with software buttons, the physical buttons make all the difference. Samsung is a hard brand to beat.
Excellent battery life, clear screen, fast and powerful enough to play Pokemon Go, though it takes in excess of 30s to load PoGo. What more can you ask for? It runs 6.0 Marshmallow, but with (what I've been to to be) the usual Samsung suite of software on top of it. If you like that, you'll love it.