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If you’re hunting for the best budget tablet deals, you should definitely check out the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 on Amazon. The 10.5-inch Android slate is incredibly discounted to $149, or the equivalent of a 35 percent discount for the base model. This is also the lowest price recorded since tracking.

All three configurations of Wi-Fi-only Samsung tablets are discounted. Similarly, the 4/64GB option has been discounted by $80 and now retails for $199. On the other hand, 128GB of storage with the same 4GB of RAM drops to $269, a savings of $60.

Why we recommend the Galaxy Tab A8 10.5 inch as a large tablet

The Galaxy Tab A8 comes with a massive LCD that measures 10.5 inches diagonally. This is combined with a decent quality for video consumption, such as binge-watching your favorite TV series or turning the tablet into an e-book reader.

Another benefit of having a larger tablet is that you get more battery. The Galaxy Tab A8 10.5-inch has a 7040mAh battery capacity with 15W fast charging via USB-C. And in case you’re wondering, the snappy octa-core processor is handling all multitasking needs and even casual gaming sessions.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 10.5-inch

Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 10.5-inch with octa-core processor and 8/5 MP cameras with full HD video recording / © Samsung

In addition to other big-screen features, the company is adding multi-device connectivity features that make the tablet a central hub for all Samsung and Galaxy devices. For example, changes made in the Notes app are synced and automatically displayed on other connected hardware. There is also a dedicated Samsung Kids app where you can manage the type of content your kids can access.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 10.5-inch ships with Android 11 operating system out of the box. But Samsung says you can upgrade the tablet to Android 13, which adds features like extended home screen customization and a revamped multitasking interface.

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James is a long-time mobile phone fan who has been writing reviews of the latest phones and apps for the past few years. He has a particular interest in new features and how they can be used to improve the user experience. He is also a keen photographer and often takes pictures with his phone to show off the latest camera technology.