October 29, 2020


Launch of Samsung Galaxy Tab A7

The new Samsung tab with Wi-Fi variant has been set for pre-orders on Amazon and it will be accessible completely on any e-commerce stage and also on the official website of Samsung. The tab was introduced in India previously this week with both variants. The tab has a 10.4-inch display and to provide a great listening experience, the tab also has quad speakers. It is powered by an octa-core processor and it comes in a single RAM & a storage configuration. Also, the tab will come in 3 different colors and the buyers will have the option to choose any color they like.

The tablet is priced at approx. INR 18000. It will have a storage model for 3GB + 32GB. It is available in three different colors. The tab is recently available on Amazon and Samsung’s official website from 12th October 2020.

Clients can pre-book the new tablet and get the book cover at around INR 1,875 which the company has given a discount from approx. INR 4,500. Further, there is too a supplementary cashback of up to INR 1,500 on ICICI credit & debit cards as well.

 

Image from Samsung

Specifications
The tab can run on Android 10-based One UI 2.5. It also features a 10.4-inch display. It is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 SoC. It is also paired with 3GB of RAM. The tablet delivers 32GB of onboard storage and it can be extended through a microSD card. The tab packs an 8-mp rear camera for photos and videos. For selfie, it has a 5-mp snapper.

The tablet with a wi-fi variant has connectivity options comprising dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, a headphone jack of 3.5mm, and for charging a USB Type-C port is available. It is supported by a 7040mAh battery. Sensors are also onboarded along with other features as well. The tablet measures around 157.4 x 247.6 x 70 mm and it weighs 476 grams.

You also get sound support from the Dolby Atmos quad-speaker setup. The bezels are thick around the screen for holding the tab comfortably. The tablet can also sync with a galaxy mobile to show calls or texts when they pop in.