we already wrote about that Samsung is preparing a new low-cost tablet Galaxy Tab A7 (2020). AND now one of Dutch retailers Centralpoint disclosed its cost and sales start date.
When and how much?
So, according to the seller, the new budget tablet will go to sale in a couple of weeks – 11 September.
Basic model with 32 GB memory cost 235 euro (Wi-Fi) and 293 euro (LTE). Behind version with storage on 64 GB have to pay 266 and 323 euros respectively.
The gadget has already passed regulatory certification, in including the FCC and “lit up“ on the Google Play Console website, thanks to which its characteristics became known. So, the tablet will get 10,4-inch display with resolution 2000×1200, Snapdragon 662 processor paired with GPU Adreno 610 and 3 GB RAM, Bluetooth 5.0, 7040 battery mAh and operating system Android 10 with shell One UI. Its dimensions are 247.6×157.36×293.37 mm.
Source: Centralpoint, SamMobile
All models and colors of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8, Tab S8+ and Tab S8 Ultra tablets appeared on Amazon
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 series of flagship tablets is set to be unveiled in February this year, but so far, all models have been spotted on Amazon Italy, which has released key information about the new products.
All three tablets will feature a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, preloaded with Android 12, 11-inch screens for the Tab S8, 12.4-inch screens for the Tab S8+, and 14.6-inch screens for the Tab S8 Ultra, as well as a dual selfie camera for older model.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra will feature a large WQXGA+ (2980 x 1848 pixels) Super AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. In front there will be two cameras with a resolution of 12 megapixels. The main camera with image sensors with a resolution of 13 and 6 megapixels will be installed at the back.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8, Tab S8 + and Tab S8 Ultra will receive batteries with a capacity of 8000 mAh, 10,090 mAh and 11,200 mAh, respectively. Tab S8 and Tab S8+ colors include silver, rose gold, and grey. The Ultra model will only be available in grey. All models will be available Wi-Fi and 5G.
All three models will include an S Pen, and each will be able to place it on the back of the tablet right below the camera. At the same time, all tablets have a 13 megapixel main camera.
The pages of the tablets have already been removed from the Amazon Italy website, but the information has managed to spread through the network.
According to the latest data, the announcement of new products will take place on February 9.
11200 mAh, 14.6″ WQXGA screen, Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, 4 cameras and Android 12 for 1160 euros. Became known the cost of the flagship tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
The official premiere of the flagship Samsung Galaxy S8 tablets is expected on February 9, but the top version of the device has already appeared in the French Amazon catalog with prices. For the version with 128 GB of flash memory and Wi-Fi only support, they ask for 1160 euros, the version with the same amount of memory and 5G support is naturally more expensive – 1310 euros. All in all, Samsung’s new flagship tablets are by no means cheap. However, the characteristics are appropriate.
The Galaxy S8 Ultra is powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and features a 14.6-inch Super Amoled screen with WQXGA+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. The OS out of the box is Android 12 with One UI 4.1 interface. The base version has 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory, while the top version has 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of flash memory.
The system of the main and front cameras uses two sensors each: sensors with a resolution of 12 and 12 megapixels are used in the front one, and sensors with a resolution of 13 and 5 megapixels are used in the main one. Also in the tablet configuration is an 11,200 mAh battery and four speakers.
Xiaomi Big Screen Graphics Tablet Launched for Just $55
Xiaomi first launched the MIJIA LCD Small Blackboard, also known as the MIJIA LCD Writing Tablet, back in 2019. The product became a hit and the company recorded huge sales over time. This prompted Xiaomi to release an updated version called MIJIA LCD Smal Blackboard Storage Edition.
As the name suggests, the new storage version comes with flash memory, unlike previous models where users cannot save what is written or drawn on the screen. Written texts or drawings in the original tablet disappear as soon as the screen is wiped.
While the previous model was available in 10-inch, 13.5-inch and 20-inch variants, this new version only comes with a 13.5-inch LCD screen. The display is made using electromagnetic induction technology, it recognizes 2048 degrees of pressure.
The tablet comes with a passive wireless electromagnetic pen that does not require recharging and can be used at any time. The pen stroke is only 0.7mm, which is comparable to the feel of a traditional pen.
The Mijia LCD Small Blackboard Storage Edition tablet has 121MB flash memory and can store up to 400 pages. You can save entries locally. The device can also be paired with a smartphone, giving users the option to add Xiaomi cloud drive backup support.
In addition, the writing tablet supports real-time writing screen synchronization with a mobile phone or other tablet. It also provides support for Bluetooth 5.0 wireless transmission.
In terms of battery life, the built-in 1000 mAh battery can last one week on a fully charged state. It also features a USB-C interface for fast charging, with a full charge guaranteed in 1.5 hours.
The price of the device is only $55.
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