Samsung has unveiled a new tablet dubbed as the Galaxy Tab A7. Announced together with the Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Galaxy A42 5G in the ‘Life Unstoppable’ virtual event, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is a midrange tablet that’s expected to be more affordable than the flagship Galaxy Tab S7 series.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 features a massive 10.4-inch display with 80% screen-to-body ratio. In addition, there’s a quad speaker configuration with support for Dolby Atmos technology. No amount has been revealed yet, but it’s expected to have a ‘long-lasting’ battery life.
Software-wise, it runs on the latest One UI and Android 10 operating system. It’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 chipset and Adreno 610 graphics.
The official price is still unknown, but the tablet was previously listed by a Dutch retailer with a starting price of EUR 235 (~Php13,500) for the 32GB variant and EUR 266 (~Php15,300) for 64GB. LTE version is more expensive at EUR 293 (~Php16,900) for 32GB and EUR 323 (~Php18,600) for 64GB.