Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (2021)
As Samsung, which is one of the world’s most successful tablet suppliers, will not surprisingly look at expanding and diversifying its iPad competing product portfolio this year. In addition to not one, but two different Galaxy Tab S7 Lite variants meant to follow in the footsteps of 2020’s only Tab S6 Lite model and A brand new family of budget-friendly tablets, the company is reportedly hard at work with at least two 2021 Galaxy Tab A-Series mid-sized.
The apt and yet intricate names Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (2021) and Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2021) have leaked in all their factory CAD-based glory earlier today, revealing … almost nothing remarkable or consequently on any obvious manner.
The very fact that these impending affordable Android tablets look quite identical to their predecessors at first glance, is remarkable in itself, suggesting that Samsung can upgrade internally significantly and / or reduce the starting prices of the extremely popular mid-end discs from 2020 and 2019.
Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (2021)
The For example, the Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (2020) costs $ 240 and up in the US with LTE support included. If the 2021 sequel will actually keep the design language largely unchanged, with relatively thin frames, a 7mm or so profile, single rear-facing camera and no fingerprint sensor, Samsung may well bring the mobile-enabled price down to as little as two Benjamins, making it even harder for Apple’s iPad mini to maintain its dominance in the market for small tablets.
The 2019-released 7.9-inch starts at a whopping $ 399, mind you, with a stunning Retina display and powerful Apple A12 Bionic processor on deck, but an equally impressive design and no 4G LTE connectivity in the entry-level configuration.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2021) seems designed to follow the Amazon Fire HD 10 instead of Apple’s “regular” iPad, which is very similar Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019), which is still available in the state for $ 230 and up in a Wi-Fi version only.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2020)
Confusingly, Samsung also released a slightly larger one 10.4-inch Galaxy Tab A7 model last year, which may or may not get its own 2021 sequel. In any case, this year’s 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab A seems to have fairly thick screen frames, as well as a humdrum simple rear-facing shooter without an LED flash, bottom-burning speakers, and yes, a good old-fashioned headphone jack as well.
Unfortunately, there are no words yet on the specifications or launch dates of these probably fast approaching devices in the Galaxy Tab A series.