Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ 12.4 Inch 128GB 5G Android Tablet Graphite (UK version)

£999.00

  • That plus really adds up to something. You get everything on the Galaxy Tab S8, plus a bigger 12.4” AMOLED screen. A bigger battery. And an on-screen fingerprint scanner.
  • Write, sketch, doodle, or draw all your wildest ideas into reality with S Pen with ultra-low latency. A thousand tools in one, the new S Pen gives you impressive levels of control.
  • Love to draw or paint? Clip Studio Paint5 was created just for creative people like you. With a natural brush feel you can bring life to your most imaginative creations.
  • Auto Framing gives the spotlight the speaker deserves. So, you can record a dance lesson and the camera will automatically zoom in to keep focus on you and your moves as you give instructions.
  • Ring up your bestie or up to 31 of your closest friends with the high-quality video calling app available. The three Mic noise reduction technology makes sure you focus just on the call.
  • Size. Position. And number of windows. You’re in charge with Multi Window. That means you can research decor inspirations, sketch out architectural plans, and video chat with your friend — all at once.

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From the manufacturer

Galaxy Tab S8

Space for limitless possibilities

Galaxy Tab S8

Avail­able in three dif­fer­ent tablet mod­els. Galaxy Tab S8 has an 11” LCD screen, while Galaxy Tab S8+ has a big­ger 12.4” sAMOLED screen. Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra sets a new epic stan­dard for tablets with a 14.6” sAMOLED screen.¹

Galaxy Tab S8

Be the centre of attention, wherever you are

The Dual Front Cam­era (Ultra-Wide + Wide) boasts an impres­sive field of view that pro­vides opti­mal 4K video record­ing. Auto Fram­ing gives the spot­light the speak­er deserves² ³. The Cam­era even knows to auto­mat­i­cal­ly zoom out to include them, mak­ing it feel like you are talk­ing to them in person.

Galaxy Tab S8

Get the gang together with Google Duo

Ring up to 31 of your clos­est friends. The three Mic noise reduc­tion tech­nol­o­gy makes sure you focus just on the call. You can even team up and col­lab­o­rate cre­ative­ly with Jam­board — Google’s inter­ac­tive whiteboard.⁴ Share your screen and expe­ri­ence it togeth­er with Google Duo.⁵ ⁶

S Pen snaps right into place to charge

No mat­ter which tablet size you select, the brand-new S Pen comes includ­ed and mag­net­i­cal­ly snaps to the back of Galaxy Tab S8 Series to charge. Write, sketch, doo­dle or draw all your wildest ideas into real­i­ty with S Pen with ultra-low laten­cy. A thou­sand tools in one, the new S Pen gives you impres­sive lev­els of control.

Galaxy Tab S8
Galaxy Tab S8

Amazing alone. Better together

Enjoy a con­tin­u­ous expe­ri­ence across all your Galaxy devices. One UI 4.1 allows you to access all the same apps between your Galaxy S22 Series and Galaxy Tab S8 Series. Even jam­ming out to music is easy with Auto Switch with Galaxy Buds.⁷ Your Galaxy Buds will auto­mat­i­cal­ly pair from your Galaxy Tab S8 Series to your Galaxy S22 Series to switch devices with­out miss­ing a beat.

¹Mea­sured diag­o­nal­ly, Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra­’s screen size is 14.6″ in the full rec­tan­gle and 14.5″, account­ing for the round­ed cor­ners. Galaxy Tab S8+‘s screen size is 12.4″ in the full rec­tan­gle and 12.4″ account­ing for the round­ed cor­ners. Galaxy Tab S8’s screen size is 11″ in the full rec­tan­gle and 10.9” account­ing for the round­ed cor­ners. Actu­al view­able area is less due to the round­ed cor­ners and the cam­era hole.

²Cer­tain res­o­lu­tions and ratios may not be sup­port­ed. Cer­tain func­tions may not be avail­able when Auto fram­ing is on. Only peo­ple can be recog­nised, and there is a lim­it to how many peo­ple may be recognised.

³Au­to Fram­ing is only avail­able on Ultra-Wide Front Camera.

⁴Jam­board requires to be down­loaded sep­a­rate­ly and addi­tion­al func­tions may require purchase.

⁵Google Duo is a TM of Google LLC. UX/UI sub­ject to change. Google Duo App avail­abil­i­ty may vary by coun­try and region.

⁶Re­quires opti­mal con­nec­tion. Actu­al speed may vary depend­ing on coun­try, car­ri­er and user environment.

⁷Au­to Switch fea­ture only avail­able on Galaxy smart­phones and tablets with One UI 3.1 or lat­er. Cer­tain devices and appli­ca­tions may not sup­port Auto Switch. Galaxy devices must be logged in to Sam­sung Account to enable Auto Switch.

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Additional information

Weight 550 kg
Dimensions 25.4 × 5.08 × 6.86 cm
Brand

Samsung

Product Dimensions

25.4 x 5.08 x 6.86 cm; 550 Grams

Batteries

1 Lithium ion batteries required.

Item model number

SM-X806BZAAEUA

Series

Tab S8+

Color

Graphite

Screen Resolution

2800 x 1752

Resolution

2800 x 1752 Pixels

Processor Brand

Intel

Processor Speed

3 GHz

RAM Size

8 GB

Speaker Description

Quad speakers

Graphics Card Description

Dedicated

Connectivity Type

Cellular

Wireless Type

802.11n 802.11b 802.11a 802.11g 802.11ac

Number of USB 3.0 Ports

1

Front Webcam Resolution

12 MP

Operating System

Android 11

Item Weight

550 g

ASIN

B09LZ1YC6H

Date First Available

9 Feb. 2022

Manufacturer

Samsung

Reviews

  1. mike more­ton

    Bril­liant tablet!Well impressed with this tablet. Very thin and light with a great pic­ture and sound. Fast enough proces­sor for just about every­thing I need it for. The pen is very sen­si­tive with no lag at all so note­tak­ing is great. It also con­verts hand­writ­ing to text. I pre-ordered this so I will get the key­board as a pro­mo­tion. It also has the DEX app that changes the usu­al Android screen to a PC like screen. Can’t find any­thing I dis­like. I’ve got an iPad pro 12.9″ and I pre­fer the Sam­sung to that. Expen­sive but no more than the near­est Apple equiv­a­lent. This is a seri­ous con­tender for the Apple crown.

  2. George

    Out­ra­geous­ly amaz­ing!Incred­i­ble. The tablet I’ve been wait­ing for, and stun­ning in every way! I do add that Sam­sung’s bloat in increas­ing­ly frus­trat­ing, but that is some­thing com­mon across all their prod­ucts, and not just this tablet. How­ev­er, be aware that if you want to silence and remove some of those things, that can be dif­fi­cult or impos­si­ble. Amaz­ing yes, but with some soft­ware annoy­ances nevertheless.

  3. Ali

    Amaz­ingThis tablet is a beast. Comes bun­dle with the new and improved s pen. Unfor­tu­nate­ly no plug is sup­pled so for the super fast charg­ing you will need to buy your own 45w charg­er. Com­pared to my old­er galaxy tab s7 this tablet makes it looks small and a lit­tle washed out. I was wor­ried that the ultra was going to be too big but it is so light and thin that it makes using this tablet a breeze. I main­ly want­ed this tablet to remote play the playsta­tion 5 which is does per­fect­ly as the duelsense con­troller can pair direct­ly to the tablet and has all func­tions like rum­ble and adap­tive trig­gers as if it was con­nect­ed to the actu­al ps5. Also works well for Xbox games pass with­out a need for an Xbox con­sole if u have a games pass sub­scrip­tion. It is an excel­lent tablet for gam­ing on. The screen is sharp and clear at 14.6 inch­es and has a refresh rate of 120hz. The colours just pop and makes the s7 tab look dull in com­par­i­son. Watch­ing tv on this tablet is real­ly nice with the large screen and bril­liant speak­er sys­tem. I pre ordered this tablet before the 24th Feb­ru­ary as well so came with a free key­board cov­er case to turn this into a lap­top with Sam­sung dex mode. The key­board case had to be redeemed on the Sam­sung web­site but that was straight­for­ward so I am very hap­py with this pur­chase. If any­one is on the fence about this tablet I would say just go for it as there is noth­ing else like this out there at the moment. Sam­sungs best tablet yet.

  4. john james

    It’s Sam­sung per­fec­tionOne of Samsung’s lat­est cre­ations, I love it

  5. elkay

    The Ulti­mate TabletI pre-ordered mine through the Sam­sung online store, and it arrived ear­ly, the day before the offi­cial release. This tablet is incred­i­ble, so very light and thin, with an amaz­ing dis­play, and is a joy to use. Every­thing about it just oozes ‘pre­mi­um.’ I espe­cial­ly like the feel of the glass back. This aspires to be the new king of giant tablets, and invokes inevitable com­par­i­son with what could well be the erst­while king, the iPad Pro. I have seen some ‘pro­fes­sion­al’ com­par­isons, which smack of bias, and felt com­pelled to put the record straight, at least from my point of view. As it hap­pens, I now have both, and am in a posi­tion to make direct com­par­isons, so here goes.Cost:-I have the 256GB ver­sion for both, cost­ing £1099 each, but the Ultra comes with 12GB RAM com­pared to the iPad’s 8GB. Fur­ther­more, the Ultra comes with a free pen, where­as the Apple pen­cil will cost an addi­tion­al £119. Pre-order­ing the Ultra got me a free book cov­er key­board, which would nor­mal­ly cost over £300, where­as the Apple Mag­ic Key­board will cost an extra £329. The free Sam­sung book cov­er key­board is no longer avail­able, but buy­ing the Ultra now will still get you a free set of the Sam­sung Galaxy Buds worth around £130.Size and weight:-At 14.6″, the Sam­sung Ultra gives quite a bit more real estate than the 12.9″ of the iPad. Yes, the Ultra weighs 80g more than the iPad Pro, but, in real world terms, if I had not seen the weights spec­i­fied in spec­i­fi­ca­tion sheets, I would not have thought that there was any dif­fer­ence in the weight. Nei­ther tablet can be com­fort­ably held sin­gle-hand­ed for very long, and, held in both hands, the weight dif­fer­en­tial is not notice­able. In any case, the Ultra­’s big­ger view­ing area more than makes up for the weight dif­fer­en­tial. One pro­fes­sion­al review­er describes the Ultra as being ‘large and unwieldy to car­ry around,’ yet the Apple Mac­book Pro14 , of equiv­a­lent size, but of more than twice the weight, is per­fect­ly fine.Display:-I used to rel­ish the excel­lent dis­play of my iPad Pro, albeit with some cyn­i­cism. The Pro is often described as hav­ing bet­ter colour accu­ra­cy than its rivals. How­ev­er, as the real world is com­posed of an almost infin­i­tes­i­mal gamut of shades and hues, is there real­ly such a thing as ‘colour accu­ra­cy’? When I placed the Ultra and the Pro side by side for the first time, I imme­di­ate­ly saw what seems to be a very slight green­ish cast on the Pro which I had not noticed before. Now, when I use the Pro I can see the green­ish tint, and it irri­tates me. The Ultra, on the oth­er hand, has a Super AMOLED screen that gives a gor­geous display.Storage capacity:Both the Ultra and iPad Pro came with 256GB stor­age capac­i­ty. A pro­fes­sion­al review­er was quick to point out that, for the iPad, ‘you can get stor­age up to 2TB, which Sam­sung does­n’t offer.’ What he neglect­ed to men­tion is that, for this priv­i­lege, you have to cough up an eye-water­ing extra £900, while 1TB will cost an addi­tion­al £550. The Ultra, on the oth­er hand, pro­vides a micro sd slot which will accom­mo­date a 1TB card for around £135.Android vs iOS:-iPads give you access to a vast range of apps that per­form slick­ly on your tablet, sup­pos­ed­ly more so than is avail­able for Android tablets. How­ev­er, I have no use for that vast array of apps. From time to time, I browse through lists of ‘100 best iPad apps’ to see what I was miss­ing, but nev­er find any­thing of real inter­est to me. I have a small but com­pre­hen­sive selec­tion of apps that I use con­stant­ly, and, I sus­pect, like many oth­er tablet users, have no com­pelling need for any­thing else. For all apps that I use on my iPad Pro, there are equiv­a­lents avail­able on Android, which are every bit as good, and often bet­ter. So, which is bet­ter, iOS or Android? Well, nei­ther real­ly. I am remind­ed of the Apple adver­tise­ment where a boy with his iPad asks what a com­put­er is. I have to tell him that a com­put­er is some­thing which lit­tle boys who play with toys would­n’t know any­thing about, because that is essen­tial­ly what tablets are, just glo­ri­fied toys. To be hon­est I use tablets pure­ly for enter­tain­ment, and much pre­fer to use my Win­dows desk­top pc or lap­top for any real work. For all Apple’s efforts, the trimmed-down ver­sions of apps for iOS mobile are still no match for the full-spec­i­fi­ca­tion and bespoke appli­ca­tions avail­able for Win­dows devices. How­ev­er, for pure enter­tain­ment, the Sam­sung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is now, for me, the undis­put­ed king.

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