Best Samsung Galaxy Tablets and Their Prices in Nigeria (2022)

Buying a new Samsung Galaxy tablet in 2022 can prove to be a difficult task, and this is due to the fact that there are lots of these tablets scattered all over the place, ranging from the premium to the mid-range and budget segments, all sitting at different price points or prices.

Samsung Tablet prices

And to make things even more confusing is the fact that some of these Samsung tablets bear similar names, with only just their display sizes or year they were produced added as a suffix to these names, in order to differentiate the old ones from the new ones.

For instance, there is the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019), then there is the Galaxy Tab A 8.4 (2020), there is also a Tab A 10.5 (2018), and a Tab A 10.1 (2019), and the list goes on, and on.

So, if you’re planning on buying a new Galaxy tablet, and you seem confused on the particular one to settle for due to any of these factors explained above, well, if you stick around long enough, today, I’ll be showing you only the “ten best” Samsung Galaxy Tablets that you can buy right now, complete with their specifications, prices, and even the places you can get them.

So, you’re ready?

Well, then let’s get started. #enjoy.

Best Samsung Galaxy Tablets to buy in 2022 with their specs, and prices

Samsung TabletsRAM & StoragePrices
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+6GB/128GB₦514,900 - 590,000
Samsung Galaxy Tab S76GB/128GB₦415,100 - 440,000
Samsung Galaxy Tab S66GB/128GB₦345,000 - 395,000
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE4GB/64GB₦330,000 - 350,000
Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e4GB/64GB₦221,200 - 260,000
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite4GB/64GB₦250,000
Samsung Galaxy Tab A73GB/32GB₦139,500 - 150,000
Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite3GB/32GB₦94,600 - 115,000
Samsung Galaxy A 10.1 (2019)3GB/32GB₦130,000
Samsung Galaxy A 8.0 (2019)2GB/32GB₦113,000

1. Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+

  • 12.4 inches, 1752 x 2800 pixels, Super AMOLED display
  • 120Hz screen refresh rate, HDR10+
  • 13MP wide + 5MP ultrawide dual rear-facing cameras
  • 8MP front-facing camera.
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 5G (7nm+) processor
  • 128GB/6GB RAM
  • Android™ 10, upgradable to Android 11, One UI 3.1.1.
  • Li-Po 10090mAh battery, 45W Fast charging
  • Under-display fingerprint reader, stereo speakers (4 speakers), Bluetooth S-Pen (9ms latency), Samsung DeX support.
  • Price: ₦514,900, Slot NG, ₦590,000, Jumia
Samsung Tablet prices

If you want the latest and greatest spec and features that Samsung could ever offer in the tablet at the moment, and you’re ready to pay the price to have such, then the Galaxy Tab S7+ is the tablet you’re looking for.

But have it in mind that soon, Samsung will be unveiling the Tab S8 series, possibly alongside the Galaxy S22 smartphones that will be launching in February, and from the rumors so far, the Tab S8 series is expected to have an even bigger and beefier Ultra model among them, so, if I were you, I will probably hold unto my cash for a little longer before making a final decision.

However, that doesn’t make the Tab S7+ any less powerful or appealing as it’s got a gorgeous 12.4 Inches 2K AMOLED display, and it even runs up to 120Hz high refresh rate, it runs on Qualcomm’s 2020 flagship processor, the Snapdragon 865 5G, and it’s still plenty fast, even in the next couple of years to come, and you’ve got a chunky 10090mAh capacity battery, and supports up to 45W charging.

With specs like these, tell me what else it is that you’re be looking for in a tablet.

So, in conclusion, and like I’ve said before, if you want the latest and greatest specs and features that Samsung can offer right now in an Android tablet, and you can afford the price for it without breaking a sweat, then what’s stopping you from getting the Galaxy Tab S7+?

2. Samsung Galaxy Tab S7

  • 11.0 inches, 1600 x 2560 pixels, TFT LCD display
  • 120Hz screen refresh rate, HDR10+
  • 13MP wide + 5MP ultrawide dual rear-facing cameras
  • 8MP front-facing camera.
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 5G (7nm+) processor
  • 128GB/6GB RAM
  • Android™ 10, upgradable to Android 11, One UI 3.1.1.
  • Li-Po 8000mAh battery, 45W Fast charging
  • Side-mounted fingerprint reader, stereo speakers (4 speakers), Bluetooth S-Pen (26ms latency), Samsung DeX support.
  • Price: ₦415,100, Pointek, ₦415,300, Slot NG, ₦440,000, Jumia

After the Tab S7+ comes in the vanilla Tab S7, and as the name implies, it inherits a lot of specs and features from its bigger brother, while still trying to keep the price low and reasonably.

So, for a starting price of just about ₦415,100, the only differences between the regular Samsung S7 tablet and the S7+ are their displays and battery sizes.

So, while the S7+ boasts of a 12.4 inches AMOLED panel, the S7 settles for an 11.0 inches LCD type, but it still retains the 120Hz refresh rate, and it’s still HDR10+ compatible.

And while the S7+ flaunts an intimidatingly large 10090mAh capacity battery, the Tab S7, once again, settles for an 8000mAh capacity one, but still retains the 45W fast charging speed.

Aside from these two differences, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ and Tab S7 are basically the same phones in and out.

You still get the superfast Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 5G chipset with 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage, Android 10 out of the box, and will be upgradable to Android 12 with OneUI 4.0 when the time comes, same dual rear camera setup and single front-facing camera, and every other thing in between.

So, the take here is this, if you fancy the Galaxy Tab S7+ but don’t have up to 500K+ nairas in your bank account to afford it, then the vanilla Tab S7 is the closest thing that comes near it.

3. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

  • 10.5 inches, 1600 x 2560 pixels, Super AMOLED display
  • 13MP wide + 5MP ultrawide dual rear-facing cameras
  • 8MP front-facing camera.
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 (7nm) processor
  • 128GB/6GB RAM
  • Android 9.0 (Pie), upgradable to Android 11, One UI 3.1
  • Li-Po 7040mAh battery, 45W Fast charging
  • Under-display fingerprint reader, stereo speakers (4 speakers), Bluetooth S-Pen, Samsung DeX support.
  • Price: ₦345,000, Pointek, ₦395,000, Jumia
Samsung Tablet prices

Old, but gold, that is what the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 is.

So, launched way back in 2019, but this device here still packs enough punch for a tablet smartphone in 2022, and even beyond.

In fact, speaking of differences between it and the Tab S7 series, it’s just the screen, processor, and battery that sets them apart.

Oh, and the price too, because it significantly costs less.

So, if you should go for this tablet in 2022 which cost about ₦345,000 as its starting price right now in Nigeria, you will be getting a 10.5 Inches 2K Super AMOLED display, but, unfortunately, it lacks a high refresh rate, but aside from that, you’ll be getting Qualcomm’s 2019 flagship mobile chipset, the Snapdragon 855, which again, is still plenty fast, even in 2023 and 2024.

It launched with Android 9 out of the box, got updated to 10 and 11, and will be doing so once again for Android 12 with OneUI 4 when the time is ripe.

You’ve got the same camera setup as on the S7 series, and a stereo speaker setup made up of four speakers and tuned by AKG.

So, in conclusion, if you want something closer to the Tab S7 series, but can’t afford to pay such prices to get one of them, then the 2019 Samsung Galaxy S6 tablet stands proudly as the best alternatives to them at a lesser price.

4. Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE

  • 12.4 inches, 1600 x 2560 pixels, TFT LCD display
  • 8MP rear-facing camera
  • 5MP front-facing camera.
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G (8nm) processor
  • 64GB/4GB RAM, 128GB/6GB RAM
  • Android 11, One UI 3.1.1
  • Li-Po 10090mAh battery, 45W Fast charging
  • No fingerprint reader, stereo speakers (2 speakers), S-Pen support, Samsung DeX support.
  • Price: ₦329,000, Jumia
Samsung Tablet prices

If you still can’t let go of the Samsung Tab S7 series, and you want a tablet with a large display, not minding whether it’s an AMOLED panel or not, a tablet with a good enough performance, and a pretty large battery, all at a lesser price than the original Tab S7 and S7+, then the Tab S7 FE is probably the device you’d want to get.

So, wielding the same 12.4 inches display as the Tab S7+, but comes with an LCD panel and no high refresh rate, but while still retaining the 2K display resolution, it has a Snapdragon 750G processor which is a far cry from the top class Snapdragon 865 chipsets that come with the original S7 series, but it still retains the large 10090mAh capacity battery of the Tab S7+, and even charges up to 45W, all these while still keeping the price below ₦400,000, I will say that the Tab S7 FE checks all the important boxes for a tablet device.

It even comes with Android 11 with OneUI 3.1.1 out of the box, so, you should be getting new version updates all the way up to Android 14, perhaps with OneUI 6 in 2024.

So, it’s a good deal if you asked me, I mean, aside from the mid-range processor in this thing, which is still not bad if going by the performance of it, you’ve got nothing else to lose on this tablet.

You have an extra-large display, a large battery, stereo speakers, the S-Pen support, the latest software version, great build quality, Samsung DeX support, and everything else in between.

So, if you really fancy the Galaxy S7 and S7+ tablets, but don’t have so much cash to throw about to afford them, then at almost half their prices, you can get the Tab S7 FE while still getting the same software experience you’d get on the OG S7 series, talk about eating your cake and still having it.

5. Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e

  • 10.5 inches, 1600 x 2560 pixels, Super AMOLED display
  • 13MP rear-facing camera
  • 8MP front-facing camera.
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 670 (10nm) processor
  • 64GB/4GB RAM
  • Android 9.0 (Pie), upgradable to Android 11, One UI 3.1
  • Li-Po 7040mAh battery, 18W Fast charging
  • Side-mounted fingerprint reader, stereo speakers (4 speakers), S-Pen support
  • Price: ₦260,000, Jumia

So, going all the way back to 2019, we found the Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e, and in case you don’t know, this one is based on the Tab S6 that we already spoke about above.

In fact, the only difference between it and the Tab S6 is just the lack of the additional 5MP ultrawide camera sensor present on the Tab S6, and the processor.

So, while the Tab S6 rocks the 2019 flagship Snapdragon 855 mobile chipset, the Tab S5e settles for a mid-range Snapdragon 670 chipset, but of course, this is meant to be a mid-range and affordable tablet, right?

So, the choice of processor here can be forgiven.

And if you look past the processor, only then will you begin to appreciate the Tab S5e more as it comes with the same 10.5 inches Super AMOLED display as on the S6, and as a matter of fact, this is the only Samsung Galaxy tablet at this price point that you can find with an AMOLED display right now.

On top of that, you still get Android 9 out of the box which can be upgraded to Android 11 at the moment, and even Android 12 when the time comes, a 4-way stereo speaker setup, 13MP main rear camera with an 8MP front-facing one, and it retains the same pretty large 7040mAh battery capacity from the Tab S6, and even charges slightly faster at 18W vs 15W on the Tab, and you’re getting all these for ₦260,000.

So, the take here is, if you fancy the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6, but don’t have up to 300 bucks to throw on a tablet device, then the Tab S5e is the closest thing that comes near it at a lesser price.

6. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

  • 10.4 inches, 1200 x 2000 pixels, TFT LCD display
  • 8MP rear-facing camera
  • 5MP front-facing camera.
  • Exynos 9611 (10nm) processor
  • 64GB/4GB RAM
  • Android 10, upgradable to Android 11, One UI 3.1
  • Li-Po 7040mAh battery, 15W Fast charging
  • No fingerprint reader, stereo speakers (2 speakers), S-Pen support
  • Price: ₦249,000, Jumia
Samsung Tablet prices

Okay, so if you’re looking for a cheap Galaxy tablet that’s still in the premium range of Samsung tablets, then the Lite version of the Tab S6 is the only device right now that can give you that right now at a significantly lesser price tag.

So, while mostly based off on the original Samsung Galaxy Tab S6, you get a 10.5 inches LCD display, a Samsung Exynos 9611 mobile chipset which is very similar to the Snapdragon 662 in terms of performance, a single 8MP rear main camera, and a 5MP front-facing one, stereo speakers, Android 9 out of the box which can be updated to Android 11 and 12, and a large 7040mAh battery capacity with 15W charging speeds.

All these at a starting price of about ₦250,000, so, like I said, if you want a Samsung Galaxy tablet that feels premium, but doesn’t make you want to break the bank, then you should probably consider buying the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite.

7. Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 (2020)

  • 10.4 inches, 1200 x 2000 pixels, TFT LCD display
  • 8MP rear-facing camera
  • 5MP front-facing camera.
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 (11nm) processor
  • 32GB/3GB RAM
  • Android 10, upgradable to Android 11, One UI 3.1
  • Li-Po 7040mAh battery, 15W Fast charging
  • No fingerprint reader, stereo speakers (4 speakers)
  • Price: ₦139,500, Jumia, ₦150,700, Pointek,

Just as we have the Samsung premium tablet category in the form of the Tab S series, so is the same way we also have the mid-range category in the form of the Tab A series, and the first tablet to feature in this category on our list today is the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 (2020).

Although by the time you’ll be reading this article, Samsung has already launched the sequel to this tablet, the Galaxy A8 (2021), but that device hasn’t made it to the stores yet, so, it’s probably out of the equation right now.

So, for a starting price of about ₦140,000, what do you get with the Galaxy Tab A7 tablet device?

Well, quite a lot of what you’d get with the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, in fact, to cut the long story short, this is basically the same tablet in and out as the Tab S6 Lite, with the only difference being just the processor in use here.

So, while the Tab S6 Lite makes use of an Exynos 9611 mobile chipset, the Tab A7 settles for a similar Snapdragon 662 variant from Qualcomm.

I mean, these are basically two same processors under different branding. And aside from the processor, every other thing is the same across both tablets, talk about the display, cameras, software versions, battery sizes, etc.

So, the take here is, if you want the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, but not without a Snapdragon processor, then the Tab A7 is the only Samsung tablet that can give you that, even at a lesser starting price.

8. Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite

  • 8.7 inches, 800 x 1340 pixels, TFT LCD display
  • 8MP rear-facing camera
  • 2MP front-facing camera.
  • Mediatek Helio P22T (12 nm) processor
  • 32GB/3GB RAM
  • Android 11, One UI 3.1
  • Li-Po 5100mAh battery, 15W Fast charging
  • No fingerprint reader, stereo speakers (2 speakers)
  • Price: ₦94,600, Pointek, ₦94,900, Jumia
Samsung Tablet prices

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite is among the cheapest Samsung Galaxy tablets that you can get your hands on right now;

So, coming in at just a little less than a hundred thousand nairas, you’ll get yourself an 8.7 inches HD+ display, a Mediatek Helio P22T processor that is paired with 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage, an 8MP rear-facing camera with a 2MP front-facing one, Android 11 out of the box with OneUI 3.1, stereo speakers, and a 5100mAh capacity battery.

Basically, I will say that this is a tablet for mostly secondary school students who want to read stuff online on a larger display, and probably get to do their homework, and maybe consume media too while at it.

So, if you’re one of such persons, and you need a cheap but decent Samsung tablet, then, perhaps, you should consider the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite.

9. Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019)

  • 10.1 inches, 1200 x 1920 pixels, TFT LCD display
  • 8MP rear-facing camera
  • 5MP front-facing camera.
  • Exynos 7904 (14nm) processor
  • 32GB/3GB RAM
  • Android 9.0 (Pie), upgradable to Android 11, One UI 3.0
  • Li-Po 6150mAh battery
  • No fingerprint reader, stereo speakers (2 speakers)
  • Price: ₦130,600, Pointek

For those on a tight budget, but still fancy a large display tablet with a good enough battery, then the 2019’s Galaxy Tab A 10.1 should do the trick for you.

So, costing just about ₦130,000, you get a 10.1 Inches LCD panel, an Exynos 7904 mobile chipset, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, Android 9 out of the box, but can be updated to Android 11, an 8MP rear-facing camera with a 5MP one on the front, and a good enough 6150mAh battery, like the Tab A7 Lite, this should do well for those who are just looking forward to surfing the internet on a larger screen, and not necessarily doing anything hardc*re on it.

10. Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.0 (2019)

  • 8.0 inches, 800 x 1280 pixels, TFT LCD display
  • 8MP rear-facing camera
  • 2MP front-facing camera.
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 429 (12nm) processor
  • 32GB/2GB RAM
  • Android 9.0 (Pie), upgradable to Android 11
  • Li-Po 5100mAh battery
  • No fingerprint reader, stereo speakers (2 speakers)
  • Price: ₦113,000, Jumia
Samsung Tablet prices

And coming to the last tablet on our list today is the Galaxy Tab 8.0 (2019), and as the name implies, this one is based on the Tab 10.1 (2019) that we just finished discussing above.

So, on here, you’ll get an 8.0 inches display, a Snapdragon 429 mobile chipset with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, an 8MP rear-facing camera with a 2MP front-facing one, Android 9 to boot, which can be updated to Android 11, and a 5100mAh capacity battery.

This is currently the cheapest good Samsung Galaxy tablet we have on our list today as anything other than this is just an outdated piece of junk.

And that wraps it up for today on the ten best Samsung Galaxy tablets that you can get on the market right now, with their specs and prices, so, kindly give this article a thumbs up by sharing it if you find it helpful, and as always, I’ll see y’all tomorrow, #peace out.

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