If you’re planning to take advantage of the tablet deals that Black Friday will surely offer, you may have to change your plans as there are already some offers that you can avail now. Among the most generous Samsung Galaxy Tab deals is the $130 discount on the 128GB version of the 10.1-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A, which brings the tablet’s price down to $199 from its original price of $329.
The 10.1-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A is often compared with Apple’s eighth-generation iPad because of its similar screen size. The slimmer bezel of Samsung’s tablet, however, makes its display look much bigger, and combined with Dolby Atmos surround sound, improves the experience of watching shows or playing games.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A features a lightweight premium metal design and is just a shade over 1 pound in weight, which makes it easy to bring with you wherever you go. Samsung promises up to 13 hours of usage on a single charge, which means that the tablet will likely have enough juice to last through most of your commutes.
The 128GB model of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A offers the most internal storage among its versions, on par with the iPad. However, Samsung’s tablet has an advantage because its memory may be expanded by up to 512GB through a microSD card. With multiple microSD cards, you will not be forced to delete anything from the tablet, so you can keep taking pictures or recording videos without fear of running out of space for your data.
With its combination of a wide screen, big battery, and expandable memory, the 10.1-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A is a fine choice as a cheaper alternative to Apple’s iPad. Weeks before Black Friday, the tablet is being sold at $130 off to reduce its price to $199, down from $329, for a deal that’s hard to ignore if you want to buy a tablet for yourself or a loved one. It’s uncertain if the discount will improve come Black Friday, or if the offer will even still be available by then, so you should click that Buy Now button as soon as you can.
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