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The Galaxy Tab A features a 10.5-inch WUXGA display and a Snapdragon 450 chipset inside.
The two Galaxy Tab devices were launched in New York ahead of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launch.
The design of the 2017 Samsung Galaxy Tab A is not much of a sea change when compared to the current crop of tablets it currently has on offer.
Samsung claims that the display can manage 480 nits of brightness and that the battery can power the device for 14 hours. Bixby support is included.
Samsung has not provided any details about the availability of Galaxy Tab A (2017) in other markets at the time of writing.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2016) seems to be a budget model and packs-in the right specs but offers only Wi-Fi as a connectivity option in the currently listed variant.