Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 review

If you’re looking for an Android tablet to keep you up to date with what’s happening in the world, Samsung is probably the way to go.

At the other end of the scale from the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8.

It’s a pretty stylish design with a couple of stand-out bells and whistles that add interest and value to the design. It also costs less than £250 (about $260..

It’s tempting to buy a tablet if your bank account won’t stretch to an iPad or Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 price range.

We were provided with the following box of products for review.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 review
Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 review

Design & Build

The best thing about the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 is how well it’s built. It’s a tablet that feels good in your hands and is solidly built.

This is a good tablet for anyone looking for a great tablet experience and the best tablets for you will vary. The best tablet for you is the one you can get the most use out of.

This is a full-sized tablet with a flat-edged yet slender 6.9mm body and minimal bezels around the screen.

It is taller than an iPad in portrait view, but nowhere near as wide and it weighs 508g, which is about par for the course for a 10in slate such as this.

A sample of this product is available in Graphite (grey) and Silver.

The Galaxy Tab A8 doesn’t just look great. It’s got everything you need, like a camera, microSD card slot, fingerprint scanner, and a 5MP front facing camera.

A small plastic strip runs along the side of the device. It is attached here so that you can power the device and send network signals at the same time.

The biggest omission in the Amazon Fire TV Stick is a fingerprint reader.

You may be forced to rely on a clunky password entry system or an insecure and flaky face recognition system if you want to secure your tablet.

Neither is really any good.

Screen & Speakers

  • 1.2in IPS FHD Full HD Triple speakers with Dolby Atmos The Samsung Galaxy Tab A10 packs in a
  • With a good selection of apps available, the iPad Mini is a good choice for the student who wants to browse the web, read their e-mails, write papers and do some light editing.
  • IPS LCD panels are better than TN panels for producing clearer images and better viewing angles.
  • This is certainly not a good example of a gamut coverage of 82% sRGB, 60% Adobe RGB, and 63% DCI P3, and an average Delta E of 4.
  • To clarify, the closer to 100 the better, and even a good display will get you to around 50.
  • A peak brightness of 300 nits is a good rating but you’ll want to look at other features, such as contrast, to see if they’re better than the advertised number.
  • You’ll absolutely enjoy using the Kindle Fire tablet outdoors when it’s bright outside, and you’ll be able to read in direct sunlight and still see the screen easily.
  • It’s elsewhere, and it means it’s not fluid, either.
  • It’s the iPad mini, not a Pro. That means it only supports 60Hz and is cheaper.
  • If you need a tablet that makes your photos look better than they have any right to be, then the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 isn’t for you.
  • The Tab A8 indeed delivers exceptional sound quality thanks to its Quad Speakers and Dolby Atmos support.
  • This phone has great sound, even when watching movies on the preinstalled Netflix app or listening to podcasts and radio broadcasts in the Samsung Free app.
  • I wish Netflix would upgrade their video quality, but they don’t seem interested in doing it. With no support for high dynamic range video, Netflix shows don’t look great.

Specs & Performance

  • A Unisoc Tiger T618 processor 32GB internal storage The Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 comes with a Unisoc Tiger T618 processor, 32
  • This is not the most popular chip on the market, and you might expect Samsung to use one of its own Exynos chips but it runs reasonably well for
  • A Geekbench 5 multi-core score of 1250 puts it just above the Nokia T20 and similar to the Galaxy Tab S6
  • With the addition of a second rear camera, the Nokia T30’s performance is comparable to that of its predecessors, such as the Nokia T20 and the Nokia
  • This Xiaomi Pad 5 review will check the scores for yourself to see how it compares to more expensive rivals.
  • You’re right; it’s not all seamless. But it doesn’t mean it’s unusable.
  • It’s far from unusable, and I’ve never been in any doubt that I was using a cheap tablet.

For more intensive tasks like games, you’ll be able to run Slay the Spire without any issues, with the exception of an occasional prolonged pause before you lose your hero and respawn.

Indeed, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 is a much better way to play such 2D fare (as well as the likes of Kingdom Rush) than any £1,000 flagship phone.

Expect the tablet to perform better with 3D games, however, as long as you don’t buy the cheapest of the cheap 3D tablets.

There wasn’t enough storage space left over from an initial 32GB once Samsung and Google had taken their considerable system slice, so I couldn’t do my usual Genshin Impact stress test.

Whether you’re upgrading your smartphone from an old model or going all-in with a new phone, it’s important to understand the difference between the 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB memory choices.

In the US, you can also buy the Tab A8 in a 128GB capacity, if you think you need it.

Running League of Legends Wild Rift, which is optimised for low-end CPUs, was easy on my old PC.

The new PUBG Mobile game has been improved. The graphics are higher than the previous version, and the frame rate is much smoother.

This is probably my favorite iPhone app I have so far. It offers a great experience for all your mobile gaming needs. If you are looking for something to game on your phone then this is a great app for you.


  • 6Mp rear camera 8Mp rear camera While most tablet cameras are not going to win any prizes, the camera in this Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.
  • The same holds true for cheap tablets. So, I won’t waste too much time talking about the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8’s camera offering, except to say that it is really not very good at
  • You can buy just an 8Mp camera with no flash for yourself, of course, without any ultra wide or telephoto lens back-up.
  • This camera has only a single pixel that takes shots of average quality. It lacks depth, dynamic range and usually is overexposed.
  • I didn’t shoot any pictures using the 5Mp selfie camera on the morning of the shoot because it was useless. It didn’t handle the moderate brightness of the day very well.
  • You can find out for yourself in the gallery how you’ve done in the test.
  • A little zoom camera will serve its purpose as a Zoom camera perfectly adequately.
  • If you’re looking to take better shots, it’s probably time to reevaluate your priorities.
  • If you insist on using your 10 inch tablet with the 10.

Battery Life & Charging

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 packed with a nice-sized 7040mAh battery that’ll get you through hours of light use.
  • Take it to the next level with lots of intensive tasks and that figure will drop quite significantly.
  • 1.The Samsung Galaxy Tab A
  • 2.0 scored a mediocre 8 hours 49 minutes in our standard PCMark World
  • 3.0 battery life test.
  • It is a lot better than rival the Nokia T20 (6 hours and 39 minutes), but just beats its older brother, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, on 8 hours and 35 minutes.
  • The tablet is a perfect companion for users who charge their smartphones from time to time.
  • Even its most expensive smartphone isn’t as quick to charge as this phone. It’s big battery makes it take forever to fully charge.
  • I found that 30 minutes got it to 80%, but with 3 hours and 15 minutes I finally got to 90%!
  • But it is indeed the fastest of the bunch, reaching up to a full 50% charge in just 30 minutes.

Price & Availability

The new Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8 has just arrived in the USA and the UK. It’s got an 8-inch screen and can run Android, as well as the Samsung Smart Keyboard, and if you’re going to buy a tablet, you might want to consider this one.

The 32GB version is now available at £319. It’s £10 cheaper than the original. Add on the 3G/4G LTE for an additional £50 and you’ll have the most powerful and feature-packed phone money can buy.

It comes with a 64GB of storage, 4GB of RAM, and an LTE for £289.

You can buy it at any of these places, such as Samsung, Box, Amazon, John Lewis, Very, AO, Currys, Ebuyer, Laptops Direct or anywhere else where they sell products for laptops.

One last thing before I dive into the Galaxy S6 edge’s camera. You may have heard the rumors about the Galaxy Note Edge, which is designed in such a way that its display wraps around the sides of its 5.7-inch screen.

1.If you want an Android smartphone for less than £200, you should definitely consider the Nokia T

2. It has the same specs as the Galaxy S6 and is priced at just £

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The Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 is an excellent budget tablet.

It’s an excellent choice for someone who wants the best phone on the market for a very reasonable price.

The tablet’s TFT display is disappointingly flat and washed out, making it an affordable media player.

The lack of a reliable biometric security is another letdown but not an essential one and the Tab A8 has a remarkably good

The camera on the Galaxy Tab is quite good, especially in low light, though it’s nothing spectacular.

There are a lot of factors to consider when you’re buying a tablet.


1.Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 specs. Android 11

2.5in, FHD, TFT, 60Hz, flat display No fingerprint sensor Unisoc Tiger T618 3GB/4GB LPDDR4 RAM 32GB/64GB storage 8Mp main camera Up to 8K @ 30fps rear video 5Mp front-facing camera Quad Dolby Atmos speakers Wi-Fi

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