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Leaked renders of the new tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab A7




The budget tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 should be presented very soon.

Following this year’s Unpacked presentation, which featured the flagship Galaxy Tab S7 tablets, among other things, Samsung is planning to add a new budget Android tablet to its portfolio. We’re talking about the upcoming Galaxy Tab A7 10.4 (2020). Today we received images of a tablet of very high quality, which you can definitely trust, because none other than Evan Blass leaked them.

Blass posted images of the budget tablet on his Patreon account. The leak shows the Galaxy Tab A7 in two color options: gray and gold. You can see that the tablet has one camera sensor on the back with the company logo in the middle. On the front side of the tablet you can see a display with quite noticeable frames and a place for a front camera. Unfortunately, the images do not show what the edges of the tablet will look like.

Galaxy Tab A7 in gray

The device features a large 10.4-inch display with FHD + resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels. The dimensions of the device are as follows: 247.6 x 157.36 x 293.37 mm. The tablet will use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 chipset paired with 3GB of RAM. For data storage, the manufacturer has prepared storage options for either 32 GB or 64 GB. The onboard storage will also be expandable with a micro-SD card.

The Galaxy Tab A7 will be powered by a large 7,040mAh battery. There is no information about the charger. The firmware of the device will be a modified One UI 2.1 based on Android 10.

The tablet is rumored to be released in Europe on September 11th. The 32GB WiFi version will set you back € 235, while the LTE version of the same storage is € 293. The 64GB storage variant is expected to cost € 266 and € 323, respectively.

Gold Galaxy Tab A7

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Source: Sam Mobile


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