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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (2020) with octa-core SoC, 5000mAH battery launched for $280

26 March 2020 0

Samsung has launched the Galaxy Tab A 8.4, the newest cheaper Android tablet. As you would know, the Galaxy Tab A 8.4 features a display size of 8.4-inches and has a resolution of 1200x1920 pixels.

Samsung has launched the LTE version of the Galaxy Tab A (2020) 8.4 which is powered by a 1.8GHz octa-core Samsung Exynos 7904 processor and coupled with 3GB RAM. The tablet runs One UI based on Android 9 and packs 5,000mAH non-removable battery. Samsung claims the new Galaxy Tab A 8.4 offers 10 hours of battery life while its Fast-Charging USB-C port allows you to quickly recharge.

It packs an 8MP camera on the rear and has a 5MP camera on the front of the selfies. It comes with 32GB built-in storage that can be expanded via microSD card (up to 256GB).

Connectivity options include USB Type-C, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, GPS, Wi-Fi Direct, 3G, and 4G. Samsung says that the 4G LTE connectivity in the Galaxy Tab A (2020) 8.4 lets you browse streaming platforms without the need for Wi-Fi.

Samsung anticipates this being a “kids” tablet and offers a 30-day free trial to its Samsung Kid Plus, a service that offers educational content. As an added incentive, the second month after the 30-day trial ends is just $0.49.

The price of the new Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2020) 8.4 is $280 and it comes in the Mocho color option. Users in the US can order it from Verizon for now. Later, you can buy from T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T stores in the coming weeks.


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