Review Samsung Tab A8 10.5 (2021) – a vendor from South Korea, namely Samsung, decided to release the Galaxy Tab A8 (2021). An affordable tablet device that brings three major improvements. Divided on the screen, performance and memory options.
The back body design of the Galaxy Tab A8 (2021) has been slightly updated, where the camera module now appears rounded plus line accents with the Samsung logo that resembles its flagship series.
Slightly wider, the screen ratio of this latest Samsung tablet has changed to 16:10, aka more boxy. The dimensions themselves are 10.5 inches, have full HD resolution, and use a TFT panel.
The large screen on the Galaxy Tab A8 (2021) is offset by a four-speaker setup that supports the Dolby Atmos effect. The placement of the front camera is also right, pinned at the top when the landscape position, 5MP resolution.
While the rear camera has an 8MP resolution with autofocus, and both sides of the camera are capable of recording video up to 1080p 30fps resolution.
Regarding performance, it is claimed that the Galaxy Tab A8 (2021) has CPU and GPU performance that is 10% faster than before. Samsung didn’t say for sure, but it is suspected that it is now using a 12nm Unisoc Tiger T618 chip, which is faster than the Snapdragon 662.
RAM and internal storage options are also upgraded, from 3GB/32GB to 4GB/128GB. If it’s not enough, there’s still a microSD card slot with a maximum capacity of 1TB. Samsung also provides the Galaxy Tab A8 (2021) in a Wi-Fi only version up to LTE. The screen security can only use a PIN or face unlock, aka it doesn’t have a fingerprint sensor yet.
The battery capacity is still the same, which is 7,040 mAh and supports 15W fast charging. Comes in three color options (Pink Gold, Gray, Silver).