Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 on light colored background.
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If you’re looking for a cheap tablet, Walmart has a great deal for you. Right now the Samsung Galaxy A8, a cheaper alternative to the iPad, is on sale for $179, which is $51 less than its usual price of $230. It’s been included in Walmart’s early Black Friday deals, but that doesn’t mean it’ll last until the shopping holidays next month. If you’re interested in purchasing a budget tablet while it’s even cheaper, check out this deal as soon as possible.

Why should you buy Samsung Galaxy Tab A8?

The Samsung Galaxy A8 is a 10.5-inch tablet that runs Android. If you have an Android phone, you will be very familiar with the operating system. It only has 32GB of storage, but you can expand it with a 1TB microSD if you’re short on space. At a 2 GHz processor speed and an octa-core, Cortex-A78 + Cortex-A55 processor, as well as 3 GB of RAM, this is not a device for any heavy use. It will handle scrolling social media, controlling other smart home devices, and taking photos well.

Talking about photos, Samsung A8 has a front and a rear facing camera, with which you can take photos as well as do live video calling. The rear camera is 8MP and the front facing camera is 5MP. Photos will look great on the 10.5-inch LCD screen, as its resolution is 1920 x 1200. This means that anything less than 4K will look beautiful, whether it’s photos taken on the device or movies streamed on it.

The Samsung Galaxy A8 has some great bonuses. For example, it has a fingerprint reader, which makes it easy to unlock but impossible for thieves to open. It charges via a USB-C port, which is the new standard, so you won’t have to worry about finding a charger wherever you go. It weighs just over a pound, is Bluetooth enabled, and has a one-year warranty.

The Samsung Galaxy A8 is on sale for $179, which is $51 less than the usual $230. This is a great budget alternative to the iPad, so grab it before the price goes back to normal.






By Arumugam

Ganesan Arumugam is a seasoned journalist with a passion for uncovering stories that resonate with readers worldwide. With a keen eye for detail and a commitment to journalistic integrity, Ganesan has contributed to the media landscape for over a decade, covering a diverse range of topics including politics, technology, culture, and human interest stories.