The model joins the line of intermediate tablets of the South Korean bringing some cost cuts in relation to the Tab S7. Instead of the Super AMOLED screen, for example, it includes a lower resolution LCD panel.
The A7’s screen features 10.4 “(2560 x 1600) and 15: 9 aspect, not to mention that it does not ship with a 120 Hz refresh rate, just like in the brand’s most expensive model.
At least, the device’s body has a metal finish (but gray, gold and silver colors) with borders matching the nuances – in gold and gray they are black. In the silver version the edges are white).
The Tab A7 ships with an Snapdragon 662 eight-core processor with 32 or 64 GB of storage, expandable via MicroSD to 1 TB. For RAM we have 3 GB.
As for the cameras, we can expect a single 8 MP sensor for the rear and another 5 MP for the front. For the battery, Samsung decided to use a module with 7,000 mAh capacity.
Speaking of the sound, the model has the presence of the P2 port for headphones and its main highlight is a system with four speakers equalized by Dolby Atmos technology.
Samsung has not yet revealed the official price of this laptop, but according to the leaks, it should reach stores costing less than $ 280 (~ $ 1,505).