Samsung Galaxy Tab A. 10.1" Usually £229. But now £199 with 2 year John Lewis warranty
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Samsung Galaxy Tab A. 10.1" Usually £229. But now £199 with 2 year John Lewis warranty

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Found 17th Aug 2017
Two year warranty with JL too.


Samsung Galaxy Tab A Tablet, Android M, 10.1", 16GB, Wi-Fi, White
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What's better, this or the other one?
Cracking tablet. My son loves it. We bought it a lot cheaper before Xmas but this is now the cheapest. Same price in Tesco but without the 2 year guarantee. Heat added.
It is a great tablet, got them just after Christmas ourselves for £155, Very were selling them then for £175 but had a £25 off first order code.

Good mid-range spec, one of the best battery life tablets out there, screen is only LCD, but an IPS screen with good viewing angles and full HD resolution, Nougat upgradable OS. Main downsides for myself I find is the 2GB of Ram mean you have to be mindful of number of apps open. Also the speakers are both at the bottom of the tablet in portrait mode, so when holding it in landscape such as for viewing videos both speakers are firing out to the one side.

Plastic construction, textured back, sturdy build, certainly does not have a cheap appearance though obviously not 'premium' metal bodied.

There really is not much choice in the mid-range segment of the market with tablets, and a lesser number of tablets that are 16:10, something to consider the pros and cons of, the comparable Huawei Mediapad M2 is also worthy of consideration, albeit being stuck on Android 5.0 Lollipop.

The other (fixable) downside I find is the soft keys on the frame are easily touched in operation. I found disabling them and swiping from the frame to bring up an onscreen softkey the best solution.

Installed Button remapper, setup both the Back and Recent Apps keys to do nothing when touched, and left the centre home button (physical button) mapped as is.

Installed Button Saviour (non root version) premium licence, and assigned onscreen keys to be swiped in from the border.
esudl1 h, 3 m ago

What's better, this or the other one?


Might actually be useful when asking a question to actually state which other one you are referring to. I doubt many people here are mind readers.
decent tab. got mine a while back (4g version) from the o2 refresh deal for £52.99. don't know if this is a good price now.
salahwrexham1 h, 8 m ago

Cracking tablet. My son loves it. We bought it a lot cheaper before Xmas …Cracking tablet. My son loves it. We bought it a lot cheaper before Xmas but this is now the cheapest. Same price in Tesco but without the 2 year guarantee. Heat added.


I'm positive Samsung give you 2 years on all tablets and phones
Toon_army2 m ago

I'm positive Samsung give you 2 years on all tablets and phones


Good to know.
Toon_army33 m ago

I'm positive Samsung give you 2 years on all tablets and phones

Going by comments read on here regarding Samsung customer service, and repairs-having 2 years (Samsung guarantee) doesnt mean much.
Tesco Outlet have Galaxy tab refurb from £145, 178 already sold, I've had several refurbs from there & all were brand new the reviews look good too.

stores.ebay.co.uk/Tes…it=
I recommend this tablet having used it for quite a while now. Excellent support with Android 7 on it now and the screen, while only HD, looks crisp and has good colours for watching movies. Plays any game I throw at it, too.
Fantastic tablet love it but there are better prices shop around
Got the 4g version pretty good tablet watching movies crisp Android 7.0 battery lasts ages there's not really any better mid range tablet IMO
Edited by: "jedisteel" 17th Aug 2017
Can't find any better prices,that are UK based
This is available at this price from Amazon, Argos, Tesco, Currys/PC World
Original Poster
But not with a John Lewis warranty
currys is offering 2 years warranty
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