There’s no place in the tech market that Samsung’s hands haven’t reached. They make watches, phones, laptops, chips, and tablets too. Right now, Samsung is the only major smartphone manufacturer aside from Apple that has its attention on the tablet market. Tablets from other manufacturers have pretty much died out. Samsung tablets don’t sell as good as Apple tablets too, but they at least make them. If you don’t like the Apple ecosystem or think that iOS is just boring, and you really need tablets for some reason, you should look at Samsung tablets.
The Tab A 10.5 is a mid-range tablet from Samsung. Inside, it is powered by a Snapdragon 450 which is combined with 3GB RAM to give you a smooth performance. If you are not a heavy tab gamer, this specifications would be more than enough for whatever you do, whether that is reading a book, or watching YouTube videos. But the storage is on the lower side with a 64GB internal storage. So, where will you store your movies and offline videos then? Don’t worry! there’s an option for micro-SD card support up to 512GB.
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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5 Key Specifications
- Launch Date: 2018, August
- Display: 10.5 inches IPS-LCD
- Resolution: 1200 x 1920 pixels, 16:10 ratio (~216 ppi density)
- Chipset: Qualcomm SDM450 Snapdragon 450
- CPU: Octa-core 1.8 GHz Cortex-A53
- GPU: Adreno 506
- OS: Android 8.1 (Oreo)
- Memory: 32 GB, 3 GB RAM (supports up to 512GB external micro SD card)
- Primary Camera: 8 MP, AF, f/1.9, LED flash, Panorama
- Secondary Camera: 5 MP, f/2.2
- Battery: Non-removable Li-Po 7300 mAh battery
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5 Price in Nepal: Rs. 54,490
Cameras in tablets are not as important, at least for me. You don’t carry a 10.5-inch tablet in your pocket or in your hand to click pictures that often. So an 8MP rear camera to click some occasional photos of you and your documents is enough. So is the 5MP front camera. They will get the job done. The 7300 mAh on the Tab A 10.5 looks massive. We feel it will have a good battery life. Maybe you can go 2-3 days without charge if you use the device frugally.
The Tab A 10.5 was launched just yesterday in Nepal along with the J2 Core and the A8 Star. It costs Rs. 54,490 out of the box. While that definitely is expensive for a tablet, at least it doesn’t cost as much as the Tab S3. If you want something cheap, look at other tablets from Samsung, Huawei, or maybe even Chuwi.
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