One of the many reasons we always go for Samsung Tablet is because of the S Pen.
This is the major reasons why many where disappointed when Samsung introduced their new Tablet which is the Galaxy Tab S5e and Galaxy Tab A 10.2 (2019) without an S Pen stylus. Not even the upper mid-range Tab comes with an S Pen even when the price tag is starting from $400. The good news is that Samsung has announced a new 8-inch version of the Galaxy Tab A (2019) with an S Pen. Despite having an S Pen, the Tab will be more affordable than the other two.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2019) Specifications
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2019) comes with a decent body design that offers a smooth panel with a camera. It has an 8inch 1920 x 1200 display. The Tab appears to be made of plastic. On the inside, it has an Exynos 7904 as the 10.1-inch model with 32GB of internal memory and 3GB of RAM. There’s a slot on the inside that allows users to expand the memory up to 512GB using a micro SD card.
On the camera, the Tab features 8MP rear cameras with 5MP on the front for selfies. The camera has other internal features that include AR Emoji and stickers, live bokeh, and live beauty modes. The rear is capable of shooting 1080p videos resolution at 30 seconds per frame. Underneath, the Tab is running on the latest Android 9.0 Pie operating system with Samsung One UI on top. It packs a nonremovable battery capacity of 4200 mAh.
The S Pen is hidden at the bottom right corner of the phone and it’s similar to that of the Galaxy Note 8 smartphone. Surprisingly, the Galaxy Tab A (2019) has support for LTE with other regulars and it’s available in Black and Gray colors.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2019) Price And Availability
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A will be available in Cambodia, Laos, Malaysia, New Zealand, The Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and the UK. The price is not yet available and there is no information if it will be available in North America too.
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