Sometimes I think the coronavirus pandemic has been to help the tablet, PC, notebook, and corresponding market grow. Well, if talking seriously, the downward spiral of the tablet market has seen a reversal as people spend more and more time at home. Samsung, which has been very popular in this niche, benefited a lot. And even now, when there is a light in the end of a tunnel, Samsung still continues launching new products. Recently, the company released the mid-range Galaxy Tab A7 (2020).

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2020)

The Samsung Galaxy A7 (2020) comes with a 10.4-inch LCD display, which has a 2000 x 1200 pixels resolution. It also has four speakers that support Dolby Atmos. As we can understand, both were inherited from the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. Also, this tablet has a metallic finish at the back. This is another similarity to the Tab S6 Lite.

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2020)

Under the hood, our protagonist carries the Snapdragon 662 processor. The latter integrates four Cortex-A73 performance cores @2GHz and four power-efficient Cortex-A53 cores @1.8GHz. The chip is coupled with a 3GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB of storage. The latter can be expanded via a microSD slot. The tablet also sports a 7,040mAh battery that doesn’t support any form of fast charging.

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2020)

There are two cameras – an 8MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera. The latter supports facial recognition. And this is the only biometric security feature coming with the Galaxy tab A7 (2020). The rest of the features include an LTE connectivity, Android 10 with One UI 2.5, etc.

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2020)

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 (2020) will come soon. There are various color options of dark gray, silver, and gold.

There is no information on pricing yet.

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