The upcoming upgrade concerning the Galaxy Tab A 8.4 2020 from Samsung is subject to all kinds of rumors and speculations. However, this time a leak has surfaced on the internet, and we have all the details about it.
Thanks to @evleaks, who shared the information with the world, we now hold more details regarding the upcoming upgrade of Galaxy Tab A. What does Samsung have in the basket for us?
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.4 2020 Specs
It looks like the upcoming Galaxy Tab A will feature an 8.4-inch display! The leaker also revealed that the upcoming upgraded tablet would be headed to carriers such as AT&T and Verizon.
The tablet will be powered by an Exynos 7904 octa-core processor. The upcoming Galaxy Tab A will also feature 3GB of RAM together with 32GB of internal storage. Users will also have the option to expend the storage up to 512GB if they want to.
Although the information looks legit, it is still just an unconfirmed leak. Samsung has not released any information to sustain this information. However, we will probably get a statement from the company very soon.
The upcoming upgraded version of the Galaxy Tab A tablet will arrive on the market with similar features as its predecessors’ models. However, it looks like the upcoming model will not feature an S Pen stylus.
Other Details on the Forthcoming Tablet
The upcoming Galaxy Tab A 8.4 2020 tablet is a budget-friendly model, it kind of makes sense to get rid of some of the standard features. The S Pen stylus will be replaced with dual speakers instead. The tablet will more than likely feature 4G connectivity instead of 5G.
The only thing that doesn’t seem right about the upcoming tablet is its operating system. It looks like the Galaxy Tab A will come out with the Android 9 instead of the Android 10 version. However, not every leak turns out to be true. We hope that Samsung will do something more about the tablet’s configuration.
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