With the Galaxy Tab A8, Samsung has launched a really interesting Android tablet that is supposed to appeal to a wide audience with its 10.5-inch display and an extremely low price. In the meantime, the price has already fallen, so that you can currently get the Android tablet at a comparatively low price, optionally with an LTE modem. Now MedieMarkt, Saturn and Amazon are fighting a small price war.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 falling in price

When Samsung presented the Galaxy Tab A8 in mid-December 2021, the recommended retail price was 229 euros. Although the price was already very attractive in itself, it has now fallen noticeably again. MediaMarkt and Saturn have the price for that Tablet reduced to just 169.99 euros (look at MediaMarkt). Amazon doesn’t accept that and goes along with it (check it out on Amazon).

To the offer at MediaMarkt

There are no shipping costs, so you can upgrade your Android tablet from Samsung at no extra cost.

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For the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 there is also the “One UI 4.1” update with many improvements:

What makes the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 so interesting?

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 succeeds the Galaxy Tab A7, which sold extremely well. You get one relatively powerful and large Android tablet for a small price. Especially now after the price drop, the new generation is even more interesting. At 180 euros you can’t go far wrong. For consuming content, watching videos and playing games, this Android tablet is just perfect.

So it’s not surprising that the ratings for the Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 on Amazon are so good. Over there 4.3 out of 5 stars from over 350 votes (view at Amazon). The tablet is suitable not only for adults, but also for children. There is a special children’s mode that allows safe use.

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