The Galaxy Tab A 8.0 is the first budget Samsung tablet to be able to boast of having a price as modest as its specifications. Indeed, Samsung tends to overestimate its entry-level tablet models, so that the Galaxy Tab A 8.0 low price is an extremely welcome development. By running the latest version of Android of the time, the Tab A incorporates the robust and user-friendly TouchWiz interface from Samsung and, in addition, offers some useful and fun software benefits. The design of the Tab A 8.0 is fashionable, it is thin and light. Its smooth back panel is comfortable between your fingers, and its rounded edges make it easier to grip, but the quality of the plastic gives it a cheap feel. However, the low resolution of the screen makes the text appear very pixelated.
The problem with budgetary apparatus is that they generally provide a feeling of fragility. In order to fully enjoy your Galaxy Tab A 8.0, you will have to equip yourself with a Noreve protective cover. Noreve covers are handcrafted and custom-made to fully fit the shape of your device and protect it more effectively. At the same time, this brings a touch of natural elegance to Noreve covers. Thanks to leather coating of these covers, you will have a better grip of the device and it will be protected from scratch and cracks caused by accidental shocks or falls. Noreve allows you to fully enjoy your tablet with total peace of mind.
By opting for Noreve to protect your Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0, you do not just enjoy the robustness, elegance or practicality of their covers. You will also be entitled to a quality of service that will satisfy you for sure. Indeed, thanks to its whole experience, Noreve offers its customers the possibility to create their own protective cover. Noreve provides two options to protect your Galaxy Tab A 8.0: a simple vertical flap cover and one with a wallet-style horizontal flap. And once you have made your choice, you will be able to decorate it with the colour and texture you want.
After having left the tablet market for almost a year, Samsung introduced a new series of affordable tablets in March 2015, with the Tab A 8.0 and Tab A 9.7. As its name suggests, the Tab A 8.0 comes with an 8-inch screen displaying 768x1024 pixels. Powered by Android 5.0, it is supported by a quad-core processor at a frequency of 1.2 GHz. A Wi-Fi version, which does not have a SIM card port, has 16 GB storage space for 1.5 GB of RAM. The LTE version, which includes a SIM card port, has an internal memory of 32 GB and 2 GB of RAM. Both versions are equipped with a 5-megapixel camera and a 2-megapixel front camera.