South Korean manufacturer Samsung introduced a new tablet model for the Brazilian market on Monday (27). This Galaxy Tab A9+now available for purchase nationwide.

The device is described by the brand as a tablet with an “elegant design that can deliver great experiences in entertainment, productivity and connectivity.” It comes in two versions, one cheaper with Wi-Fi only and the other cheaper with 5G mobile connectivity.

Just like the Galaxy A series smartphones, The tablet is an intermediate model with more basic technical features and a lower price than the models in the Galaxy S family..

The model has an 11 inch screen and metal body. Quad speakers compatible with Dolby Atmos and expandable memory up to 1TB using microSD card.

In the 5G version, the Galaxy Tab A9+ uses a physical SIM chip. It provides protection for storing your data and apps through facial recognition, Secure Folder, and Samsung Knox service. Samsung promises three operating system updates for the device.

The model is compatible with the Galaxy Ecosystem, including optimized pairing with devices such as the company’s smartphones and headsets, and features such as Quick Share (for sharing content between devices) in addition to Smart View (which copies the screen to other compatible devices). .


The Galaxy Tab A9+ is now available on Samsung’s official website, the manufacturer’s physical stores, as well as major retailers in the market.

Model sold only in graphite color Cost R$ 1,499 in Wi-Fi only version This R$ 1,699 with 5G. Accessories such as a protective cover that doubles as a keyboard are sold separately.

Technicial Specifications

  • Screen: 11 inch WUXGA (1920 x 1200 pixels)
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 695
  • Internal storage: 64GB
  • Rear camera: 8MP
  • Front camera: 5MP
  • Battery: 7,040mAh (15W)
  • Measurements: 257.1×168.7×6.9mm
  • Weight: 480g (4G) or 491g (5G)

Source: Tec Mundo

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