In late October, Samsung debuted the Galaxy Tab A9 series. There are two tablets in the lineup: the Galaxy Tab A9 and Galaxy Tab A9 Plus.
In the US, the Plus model was first offered for sale in January. Soon after it was introduced to the market, the business gave out a $50 Book Cover accessory with every transaction. Now, a month later, the company is offering a free storage upgrade in exchange of the previous free accessory offer.
With the introduction of the Galaxy S23 series last year, Samsung offered the storage upgrade offer. This deal was also kept by the firm for the Galaxy S24 series that followed.
The company has now expanded this deal to include the Galaxy Tab A9 Plus, a low-cost tablet. Customers in the US will receive twice as much RAM and storage if they purchase the aforementioned tablet via Samsung.com. Customers can also receive a trade-in bonus of up to $90.
Put another way, customers will receive the higher-end 8GB + 128GB version for the same $219 that they would have paid for the basic 4GB + 64GB edition. Since the greater memory configuration costs $269, they receive the same $50 discount as the free book cover offer.
In terms of features, the gadget has a metal body. An 11-inch 16:10 display is included. The LCD display has a refresh rate of 90 Hz and a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 chip powers the tablet. Regarding software, it launches One UI 5.1, which is based on Android 13. It comes with a 5MP front-facing camera and an 8MP back camera. It has a 7,040mAh battery and four stereo speakers. Not to mention, it has 15W charging support.