Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1-Inch 32 GB Wi-Fi - Black (UK Version)
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The Samsung Galaxy Tab A has a 10.1-inch 1920 x 1200 pixel screen, one whose shape is a little longer than an iPad’s.The rear camera has autofocus too, far from a given in a cheap tablet. Autofocus lets you take close-up shots. Samsung Galaxy tablets come in a range of prices and sizes. The cheapest is the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite Wifi.
All Samsung tablets use the Google Android operating system, much the same as you'd find on a Samsung phone. It means you have access to an enormous range of apps. Big sound for big entertainment. The perfect complement to a wide, immersive picture, Dolby Atmos surround sound fills the room with cinematic clarity. A fuller Android experience means the Tab A beats it’s main rival – the Fire 10 HD – when it comes to softwareIf your device detects that there is water or moisture in the charging port it will not charge. This is a safety measure to protect the device from damage and corrosion.
A new version of the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 was announced in February 2019, with Android 9 Pie (upgradable to Android 11), the Exynos 7904 chipset and an IPS display with unchanged resolution. The rear flash is removed, S-Pen support is dropped and the battery is smaller, while the front camera is upgraded to 5 MP and the speakers are now stereo.  See also [ edit ]
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Selfies predictably look quite soft in indoors lighting, and aren’t great in any conditions. But both of these cameras are frankly significantly better than I expected. I wouldn’t call them “good”, though, as they are slow to use. The camera app takes a long time to load up and the app feels a little laggy. Same thing here, been using it for about 4 years as a daily main, and so far it’s still doing amazing