Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 will release soon with a faster CPU.

Samsung Tab A8

Samsung’s Tab A range has been one of the few alternatives for individuals looking for a low-cost Android tablet for the past few years. The Samsung Tab A8 will be available in the United States early next year. It’s not a particularly interesting update, but it does provide a few improvements over its predecessor. The new model has an “expanded” 10.5-inch display with a 16:10 aspect ratio and a 1,920 x 1,200 resolution TFT panel, according to Samsung.

The Tab A8 is powered by an octa-core processor that the firm claims are 10% quicker than the Snapdragon 662 processor that came with its predecessor. In addition to the standard 3GB model, Samsung will sell a 4GB version of the tablet. The gadget should feel snappier because of the speedier processor, especially if you choose the variant with extra RAM. The Tab A8 has an 8-megapixel primary camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera for photographs and movies.

The Tab A8 comes standard with 32GB of storage, but you can upgrade to 128GB, which is a first for the range. If you need more capacity, a MicroSD card in the device may accommodate up to 1TB. A 7,040mAh battery keeps everything running. Samsung didn’t provide a battery life estimate, but in a video rundown test last year, the Tab A7, which had the same capacity battery, lasted 11 hours and 30 minutes. The Tab A8 supports up to 15W fast charging, however, the power adaptor included in the packaging is only 7.75W. It retains the headphone connector from previous generations, and Android 11 is expected to be included.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 will be available in the United States next month. The tablet will come in three colors: grey, silver, and pink gold. Pricing information was not provided by the company. For comparison, the Tab A8’s predecessor retailed for $230, though it was regularly on sale for less.

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3. Samsung Galaxy S22 and S22+ Camera Specifications Leaked.
4. Samsung Working on to Fix Laggy Refresh Rate Issue.
5. Samsung Working On Enhancing Fast Charging Capabilities.


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