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Samsung Galaxy Tab A8.4 launched in the US; to launch in India soon

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Samsung Galaxy Tab
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Samsung launched the Galaxy Tab A8.4 Tablet computer on March 27. The tablet is the most basic version and is indeed an entry-level tablet. What that means is that the tablet is mainly built for people who want to experience what a tablet is but do not want to spend too much money buying one. As an entry-level tablet for the market, it is highly unlikely that the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8.4 would debut in the domestic market.

When compared to the previous Galaxy Tab A8.0 Tablet computer, the new Samsung Galaxy Tab A8.4 tablet computer has massive upgrades. Samsung Galaxy Tab A8.4 features an 8.4-inch display screen, and it comes with really thin bezels. It runs on an eight-core Samsung Exynos 7904 processor and features 3GB of RAM with 32 GB of internal memory storage.

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The internal storage could be expanded up to 512GB through a micro SD card. It comes with a battery that supports 5000mAh that can provide 10 hours of battery life. The tablet will likely run on the Android operating system, but the company has not mentioned exactly which version of Android.

Additionally, the tablet comes equipped with a single camera on its back. The back camera is of 8MP and the front-facing camera is of 5MP. It supports the Wi-Fi connection network. Additionally, it also supports the 4G LTE connection network.

As for the release, the tablet computer is available for purchase in the United States only as of now and costs 280 USD. Samsung has not released any information regarding the availability of the tablet in other parts of the globe.

But it will come to the Indian market soon, as Samsung has one of its largest markets in India. The release date for the Indian market has not been disclosed yet.  

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