UPDATED-Deal: Galaxy Tab A 9.7 For $200 & Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 For $330, 09/02/16

Tablets are not hard to come by these days, and whether you just like having a larger device to enjoy your entertainment on or you use it for a little bit of work or school, these days you can delight in the fact that there is no shortage of options. Having said that, larger tablets, like the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 and Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 can still cost quite a bit. Right now, though, you can pick up both of those tablets on sale, with the Galaxy Tab A costing just $199.99 and the Galaxy Tab S2 costing just $330, which is a savings of $100 and $170 respectively.

As the names point out, both devices come with a screen size of 9.7-inches,  but they do feature different resolutions, with the Galaxy Tab A sporting a resolution of 1024 x 768 while the Galaxy Tab S2 has a screen resolution of 2058 x 1536. Both of these also have different storage amounts as the Galaxy Tab A has 16GB of internal storage while the Galaxy Tab S2 has 32GB. When it comes to RAM, the Galaxy Tab A has 1.5GB to spare, while the Galaxy Tab S2 has double that amount at 3GB. Both come with Android Lollipop out of the box but should have their upgrades to Marshmallow, and for power, the Galaxy Tab A sports a 1.2GHz processor with a 6,000mAh battery, while the Galaxy Tab S2 comes with a Samsung Exynos 5433 processor with a slightly smaller 5,870mAh battery. Camera wise, the Galaxy Tab A has a 5MP on the back with a 2MP on the front, and the Galaxy Tab S2 carries an 8MP on the back with a 2.1MP on the front. Both tablets also support expandable storage if 16GB and 32GB is not enough. Lastly, the Galaxy Tab S2 also comes with a black leather pouch case.

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