If you want to keep up with the latest deals, don’t miss these great Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 deals on the official Samsung website.
Nothing is more attractive than reward offers for the purchase of a digital device. Samsung understood this and brought it to you Unmissable deals on the Galaxy Tab S8 and its higher versions such as the Tab S8 Ultra. In fact, for any purchase of this well-made tablet, you’ll get a free book cover to protect your device, and if you fall for the Ultra version, the case will only cost you €49 instead of €349.
In addition, you can take advantage of $100 back when you buy a Tab S8 against €150 back on any purchase of the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. A trade-in bonus is also offered on your old device, €100 for any purchase of the Galaxy Tab S8 and €200 for any purchase of the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra.
To save money when buying a touchpad, this is done on the Samsung website
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 allows you to capture close-up movements and actions, thanks to the automatic framing. Buy it on the official Samsung website and get a free protective case or enjoy €100 back. Plus, sharing movies and moments with friends remotely is a breeze with Google Duo. You can create multiple windows and manage their size and number to be more efficient in multitasking. In this case, it becomes possible to write while watching a movie, and to listen to music while drawing. With the S Pen, bring your creative ideas to life with the press of a button and save your masterpieces. With its 8000mAh battery, it can last all day without any problem. To save battery, you can choose between a 120Hz refresh rate or a less energy-intensive 60Hz refresh rate. With its 13MP wide-angle and 6MP ultra-wide-angle camera, you can take high-resolution photos.
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