Samsung Galaxy Tab A Body Design:
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1″ is priced at AU$430 in Australia. This tab hit the Australian digital world in April 2019. This tablet has the color variants of black, silver, and gold that fits the slim design. This device has two variants of RAM, 2GB, and 3GB for the internal storage capacities of 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB. This device fits every quality of an officer’s device.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A Body Design:
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1″, a slick designed tablet, has a dimension of 245.2 x 149.4 x 7.5 mm. As you can see, the 7.5 mm height will give you the virtual feeling of a paper note. It weighs not much for such a broad screen device. It weighs only about 1.03 pounds.
You cannot carry this TAb A in your pocket, so you might need a carry-bag to transport the device. This tablet supports a nano-SIM and has the network capacity up to 4G and LTE. The 5G is not an option on this device. Let hope Samsung works on this element and soon provides us updates.
The device has a rigid aluminum frame, which supports the structure with aluminum back as well. The front of the device has a simple glass, so you need to install some protection mechanism for the assurance. The screen size is considerably large, so we recommend a Samsung Galaxy Tab A case. You need to be careful while handling the device as it is a bit slippery.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A Platform:
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1″ operates on an Android 9.0, pie version featuring the One UI. The one UI is realistic screen support that gets rid of a lot of the clutter and bloat that hampered down the experience.
The device has an octa-core(2×1.8 GHz Cortex-A73 & 6×1.6 GHz Cortex-A53) CPU, which is a 64-bit processor. You will be able to process almost every application besides high-end gaming.
As I mentioned earlier, it is not a gaming tab. It is a device for office works and learning material. It supports an upper mid-range system-on-a-chip (SoC) Chipset, Exynos 7904 (14 nm). This chipset performs well for mid-range applications that do bot require the highest of specifications. Mali-G71 MP2 also a mid-range GPU that can process similar levels of graphics.
There is a 2GB and 3GB RAM for a 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB variations of this tablet. You will be able to choose from these variations as per your requisites. For the last time, it is not a high-end gaming device. You can use this device for office and teaching purposes only.
The Galaxy Tab A 10.1″ Display Features:
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1″ has a large screen size of 10.1-inches. The screen is a TFT capacitive touchscreen, which supports 16M color depth. It is capable of producing high-end color depth, vibrant colors, and detailed images.
The SmartScreen has a 1200 x 1920 pixels resolution with a 16:10 display ratio. The good-feature of the display is the 224 PPI density. This PPI feature is suitable for processing high-quality images. As you use this device, only office works, and educational purposes, you do not require higher specs than the already present ones.
The Galaxy Tab A 10.1″ Camera Features:
Who used their Tab A for taking pictures? If you do, then this tablet produces simple-pictures with considerable good-qualities. You do not expect high-quality photos from the device. The camera system will focus on a good-video call only.
The primary camera features a single 8 MP camera with an auto-focus property. You will be able to shoot 1080p videos at 30 fps. The panoramas you shot from this camera system are also considerable, if not excellent.
There is also a 5 MP selfie camera, which holds similar capabilities as the primary camera system.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A Battery & Sound:
The Galaxy Tab A 10.1″ has a non-removable, 6150 mAh battery. You will get a 7.5W power travel adapter with a type-C to the USB data cable but a fast-charging ability with the tablet. You can use a 10W adapter for a bit fast-charging options. There are stereo speakers inbuilt on the device, so you can expect theater-like experience while listening to music.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A extra Features:
The Galaxy Tab 10.1″ has various sensors for Accelerometer, gyro, and compass. The device also supports a WLAN (Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, and hotspot) for communication purposes. There is no radio on the device. There is a Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LE support with GPS, and a USB 2.0, Type-C 1.0 reversible connector.