Samsung launched  a new tablet in the Galaxy Tab series, called the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 2017. As the name suggested the 8.0 refers to the screen size of 8 inches. Tab A 8.0 2017 price in India is Rs. 17,990.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 2017 is using a snapdragon 425 quad core processor coupled with Adreno 308 GPU. The CPU is clocked at 1.4GHz. This tablet is running Android Nougat 7.1 out of the box with 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM. There is micro SD support of up to 256GB .

Tablet weight is 364 grams and thickness is 8.9mm. Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 2017 features a 8 inch TFT screen with WXGA – 1280 x 800 pixels resolution. On the front there is a fixed focus camera and on the back you will find a 8MP AF camera with f/1.9 aperture and with LED flash.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 2017

Other features are 4G VoLTE, dual band Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth 4.2. A 5000 mAh battery powers the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 2017. This tablet is listed on Samsung store for Rs. 17,990.

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  1. this same thing given by xiaomi at 5999 (redmi 4a)…just bigger screen & battery is not worth of 12000 rs. difference …!now tell me is it worth?

  2. I guess there must be very few people buying tabs now. I m using at present, a Mi Max2, and
    have increasingly, stopped using my Samsung Tab S, which is 8.4 inch and much bulkier. I find the Mi Max2, just as good for media consumption, As well as calling. Now feeling that 35k spent on Tab S, was quite a waste.

  3. this same thing given by xiaomi at 5999 (redmi 4a)…just bigger screen & battery is not worth of 12000 rs. difference …!now tell me is it worth?

  4. I guess there must be very few people buying tabs now. I m using at present, a Mi Max2, and
    have increasingly, stopped using my Samsung Tab S, which is 8.4 inch and much bulkier. I find the Mi Max2, just as good for media consumption, As well as calling. Now feeling that 35k spent on Tab S, was quite a waste.