First Review Of Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0

It’s not in English, though: Review: Samsung Galaxy Tab A with S-Pen the back of the pen and the screen size of 8 inches !! [Google Translate]


This is the version with the S-Pen and 3/4G, but in all other respects is the same as the version without the S-Pen and without 3/4G the U.S. will be getting.

The AnTuTu is as expected:


But these purported sample camera images are just too damn good to be true:




Behold! MultiView:


I didn’t expect overlapping panes.

Battery life:

At the end of the 8-inch Galaxy Tab A battery is a battery to 4200. mAh is considered rich if they will use the general entertainment. Whether it’s watching video, listening to music, surf the Internet. It is considered to be comfortable throughout the day. If you do not play hard, it can be used for more than a day to get. In the heat, I could not have found a more pronounced. Because the machine is a large heat dissipation than I do with them on a smartphone. It really is a hot spot around the camera with which the tablet will not touch it much anyway.

Given the screen resolution, the CPU, and the battery size, there shouldn’t be too many worries about battery life but I wouldn’t count on a full day of screen-on time.

This will — allegedly — be available at Best Buy on May 1 (this coming Friday).

Previously here:

First Video: Stylus-Enabled Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7
Video: Samsung Galaxy Tab A Extra Features
Samsung Brings 2013 Chinese Tablet To 2015 America
Samsung Brings 2013 Tablet To 2015 China
Videos: Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0
First Video: Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0
Samsung Galaxy Tab A Series: Just Like 2013 Chinese iPad Clones
Rumor: New Samsung Tablets To Be 4:3 Screens

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