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Samsung’s newest mid-range tablet comes with a premium design, 4G LTE, and a reasonable price

March 25, 2020


Samsung has been reportedly preparing not one and not two but three different Android tablets for a little while now, with the least impressive member of this 2020 trio unceremoniously going official earlier today and fetching a very reasonable $279.99 on the company already.

That makes the Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (2020) slightly pricier than an entry-level 32GB storage configuration of the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019), although that’s not an entirely fair comparison. While the larger slate from last year comes with Wi-Fi support only at $229.99, the 8.4-inch model released today costs $279.99 in an LTE-enabled variant designed specifically for Verizon use.

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