Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 LTE Now Available Through T-Mobile

While all of the talk recently has surrounded the latest Samsung smartphones, the Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge+ it is worth remembering that they are one of the most prominent tablet manufacturers as well. In fact, it was only recently that news came through that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 was edging closer to a release. Not to mention, that a few few months ago, the company was unveiling the Samsung Galaxy Tab A.

In terms of the latter, the Galaxy Tab A has been in the headlines quite often and that is in spite of what seems to be a lack of real availability in the U.S. through the carriers. Although, it is worth pointing out that it did become available through multiple retailers not too long ago. However, almost two weeks ago saw the news that T-Mobile look set to be gearing up to launch the Galaxy Tab A on their network. The news was for the 8-inch LTE variant. Well, following on from that news and it now looks like T-Mobile has launched the Galaxy Tab S 8.0 LTE on their network, as the listing is now live and available to buy. In terms of the price, the listing states an all out price of $319.99. Those more interested in a more spread out option can pick up the Galaxy Tab S 8.0 LTE for $0 down and over the course of 24 months at $13.33 per month.

If you need a reminder on the specs, then the Galaxy Tab S 8.0 comes with an 8-inch Super AMOLED display with a 1024 x 768 resolution Inside the Galaxy Tab S 8.0 comes equipped with 2GB RAM and powered by a Quad-core processor (clocking at 1.2 GHz). Storage is set at 16 GB internal storage as standard, although there is also the option to expand thanks to the inclusion of a microSD card slot. Additional features on offer include a 5-megapixel rear camera, 2-megapixel front facing camera, Android 5.0.2 and support for LTE bands 2, 3, 4, 7 and 12. Those interested in finding out more or ordering the Galaxy Tab A 80 LTE can head over to the T-Mobile listing through the source link below.

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