Accomplish goals with Samsung Galaxy Tab A and S Pen

Accomplish goals with Samsung Galaxy Tab A and S Pen

Living inspired is one of the goals of a new generation of go-getters. For them, they have to thrive in every aspect of their life, whether it’s in their career or their personal time. Samsung launched a range of tablets to support their passions, including the Galaxy Tab A with S Pen, now available in stores. The tablet is designed for moments of creativity and productivity to let users bring their goals to life.

The Galaxy Tab A comes with a portable S Pen to help creators reimagine and execute ideas. It is ideal for sketching and writing when inspired, and taking notes for bursts of productivity. The pen is embedded in the tablet’s sleek body and is lightweight at 2.8 grams.

The tablet is designed with an 8.0" screen with a narrow bezel for an optimal viewing experience. Those looking to stream content can enjoy a cinematic feel with vivid, bright, and crisp details. It also comes with a blue light filter that turns on with a single tap to reduce emissions and protect the eyes at night.

The Galaxy Tab A with S Pen is designed to keep up with even the busiest trailblazer, as it is equipped with an octa-core processor that can seamlessly handle multiple apps. It comes with a built-in 32GB of storage space, but can be expanded up to 512GB. The tablet is powered by a 4,200 mAh battery that allows users to take advantage of the device all day with just a single charge.

Available in gray and black colors, the Galaxy Tab A with S Pen can now be purchased at any Samsung Authorized stores nationwide with a suggested retail price of Php 15,990.

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