Cheap tablet becomes much faster

Cheap tablet becomes much faster

Samsung is working on a new budget tablet that will likely be much faster than its predecessors. Here’s what we know about the Galaxy Tab A9 devices.

Read more after the announcement.

“Samsung Galaxy Tab A9 gets a new processor”

It’s no secret that Samsung is planning to release a new affordable tablet, but little is known about the device’s specifications. Now we know what processor is in the tablet. This will be the MediaTek Helio G99 chip, which is often used in Android tablets. For example, it is also present in the Xiaomi Redmi Pad and Lenovo Tab P11 (2022).

The processor is now over a year old and is specifically intended for gaming. This means that the Galaxy Tab A9 is likely to be much more powerful than Samsung’s current budget tablets. The Galaxy Tab A8 (from 2021) has a relatively slow Unisoc processor and the Tab A7 Lite has a simple and outdated MediaTek chip.

Given the previous leak, we also know that the new Samsung tablet will have a 5,100 mAh battery and can fast charge at 15W. Furthermore, the tablet appears to have an 8.7-inch display, making it more compact than the Galaxy Tab A8 and the same size as the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite. This makes the device easier to hold, but you have a smaller screen for games, movies, and series. The device runs Android 13 out of the box, while version 14 is just around the corner.

An announcement appears imminent

It is not yet clear when Samsung will introduce the Galaxy Tab A9. The company was expected to take advantage of the IFA 2023 technology exhibition, which is held every year in Berlin, to unveil the tablet. However, no announcement has been made. Samsung will reportedly soon launch the Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Tab S9 FE Plus.

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