3GB of RAM and 32/64GB options is very good. The same configuration of my Galaxy Tab S2. But the chipset could be better. A weak quad-core in a heavily multithreaded OS is going to hurt performance a lot.
Anonymous, 21 Aug 2017the first one use Snapdragon 410. I doubt this one will use 6 series cpu.sd425/427
the first one use Snapdragon 410. I doubt this one will use 6 series cpu.
I have the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 but it has a model number of T350. Is that going to ever get the upgrade to 7.0?
Android Authority, 19 Aug 2017Tablet industry is slowly dying. Samsung needs to convince customers and show some innovation ... moreDying because nobody is manipulated into replacing them every two years like those hipster things called smartphones.
Both of which are still good enough past those so called lifespan ingrained in people's minds.
They serve a market between phones (too small for productivity purposes despite having phablet sizes) and laptops/desktops (too clunky to be moved around).
Android Authority, 19 Aug 2017Tablet industry is slowly dying. Samsung needs to convince customers and show some innovation ... moreIts dying because everyone hates tablet. Users only want something they can use with one hand and easy to reach the entire screen. -_- Anything bigger than 5.5" is hated indiscriminately.
This is an extremely under spec 8" tablet.
We need iPad mini 4 or Huawei Media Pad 3 equivalent tablet.
It has below spec:
1) Snapdragons 8XX series
2) 4~6 GB RAM
3) 64GB at least
4) Memory expansion 256GB
5) Camera 12MP
6) Battery 550 mAh
7) Android Nougat 7 and upgrade to Oreo 8
8) IPS LED display 360ppi
9) weight 300~350g