One of the best cheap tablets of 2022 is even cheaper right now

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One of the best cheap tablets of 2022 is even cheaper for Prime Day
Samsung's affordable Galaxy Tab A8 tablet which was announced earlier this year has been discounted by 30 percent on Amazon, which makes it even more compelling than before.

The Galaxy Tab A8 launched with a starting price of only $229. It comes with a large 10.5-inch screen with a wide aspect ratio which is great for media consumption and a hefty 7,040mAh battery means that it lasts days on a single charge.

SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab A8

10.5-inches screen | Octa-core CPU | Storage Expansion | 3.5mm jack | 7,040mAh, battery

Despite being a budget slate, it has got a nice design with a matte back panel that doesn't retain fingerprints and a physically robust frame.

The tablet is powered by the lesser-known Unisoc Tiger T618 which ensures reliable performance, though it's understandably not made for very demanding tasks. You should have no problem consuming media, switching between apps, or launching multiple apps simultaneously.

You can use a PIN or a pattern, or facial recognition for unlocking the tablet.

Its cameras are reasonable by tablet standards and the 5MP front camera is actually better than laptop webcams.

Unlike the iPads of the world, not only does the Galaxy Tab A8 have a 3.5mm headphone jack for wired headphones but also a dedicated MicroSD card slot for storage expansion.

Other highlights include loud and clear Dolby Atmos speakers and long-term security support.

Samsung makes the best Android tablets and the Galaxy Tab A8 was already among the best affordable tablets around, and currently, Amazon has discounted it. You can get the base 32GB model for $159.99 after a discount of 30 percent, the 64GB model for $199.99 instead of $279.99, and the 128GB variant for $229.99 instead of $329.99 after savings of $100.

That's a great deal for a budget champ from the undisputed king of Android slates.

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