Samsung Quietly Launches the Affordable Galaxy Tab A9


Samsung Galaxy Tab A9

Samsung has quietly launched a brand-new tablet. Dubbed the Galaxy Tab A9, the device became official on the Samsung Guatemala website and on the UAE website of Amazon.

At the core, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A9 is an entry-level tablet. It became official with a price tag of GTQ 1,499, which is around $191. The official press release also mentions the Tab A9+. However, Samsung did not disclose complete specifications or pricing details for the higher-end variant.

Core Specs of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A9

Even though the Samsung Galaxy Tab A9 comes with an entry-level price point, it has some decently specs. On the front, the tablet comes with an 8.7-inch LCD with 800 x 1340 px resolution. Under the hood, it features a MediaTek Helio G99 chipset, which is the same SoC as the OnePlus Pad Go.

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For those wondering, the MediaTek Helio G99 SoC is an entry-level chipset. It can handle day-to-day apps and some less-intensive apps without any issues. That means you can expect to get a fairly decent entertainment experience with the Galaxy Tab A9. Also, the tablet packs Dolby Atmos, which offers immersive and rich audio.

Samsung has paired that chipset with up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The base model, however, features 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. While the 64GB of internal storage is bad news, the good part is that the tablet has support for a microSD card slot. You can expand the storage with it.

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Other features

In terms of software, the Galaxy Tab A9 runs on Android 13. And on top of that, the tablet should come with One UI 5.1, which is Samsung’s Android skin. It will bring a couple of Samsung features, such as Quick Share, Continue Apps, and Auto Sync. Besides, the tablet features a single camera on the back and a selfie shooter on the front.

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