This Samsung Galaxy Tab A tablet features a Samsung Exynos 7904 octa-core processor, so you can benefit from more processing power. Enjoy improved computing performance with its 2 GB of memory. Plus, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A’s 10.1-inch LED screen with 1920 x 1200 resolution lets you see everything vividly. It features a 32 GB drive, so you can hold onto all your video clips and games. Easily send photos while you are out with the Galaxy Tab A tablet’s front camera and rear camera. It comes with an Android 9.0 operating system and has 512 GB of expandable storage. This tablet’s microSD compatible memory card slot enables you to increase your tablet’s storage capacity. It has 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless and Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity, so you can hook up to close by networks effortlessly. Quickly map out your route with the Samsung Galaxy Tab A’s GPS capability. Access your apps, email and more with help from this Samsung tablet.
Storage Type:Internal & Micro SD
Display Resolution:1920 x 1200
Operating System:Android 9.0 (Pie)
Processor model:Exynos 7904A
Processor Cores:Octa Core
RAM Size:2GB RAM
Wi-Fi:WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4GHz 5Ghz)
Connection Ports:USB Type C 2.0 x1, Micro SD, 3.5mm Audio Jack
Memory Expansion:Micro SD
Maximum Expandable Memory:Up to 512GB
Rear Camera:8.0MP CMOS, Auto Focus & F1.9
Front Camera:5.0MP CMOS, F2.2
Dimensions (mm):149.4(L) x 254.2(H) x 7.5(W)mm
Family:Galaxy Tab A
What’s In The Box:Tablet, Travel Adaptor, Data cable, Recycling bag, Quick Start Guide, Warranty card
Manufacturer’s Warranty:24 Months
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