Samsung Galaxy Tab A7

Samsung’s next mid-range tablet device is on the way. It model is SM-T505, and it is likely to be launched in the form of Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2020) or even the Galaxy Tab A7. Moreover, the latter seems to be more possible version, as Samsung has submitted it to the Wi-Fi certification with this name.

The previous device with the same codename ‘Bangladesh’ has been found in the benchmark list. That time, it showed the combination of the octa-core Kryo 260 CPU and an Adreno 610 GPU. By the way, last year’s Snapdragon 665 and the newer Snapdragon 662 are suitable for this CPU-GPU combination. The WFA certificate also mentions Android 10. But unfortunately, it does not support Wi-Fi 6.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7

SamMobie reported that the SM-T505 is expected to be the LTE model of the Galaxy Tab A7, and it should use the Snapdragon 662 processor.

According to the previous certifications, the Galaxy Tab 7 will feature a 10-inch display coupled with a single rear camera. It will feature speaker grills on the top of the smartphone, while the volume rocker and power buttons will be present on the right side of the smartphone.

A SIM slot is also seen o the left side of the tablet. As per the listing on FCC, the new tablet will feature a 10-inch display. It appeared on Bluetooth SIG with different model numbers including SM-T505, SM-T505N and SM-T507.

We expect the Galaxy Tab A7 to launch along with the Note 20+ series at the upcoming Unpacked event on August 5. However, the Korean giant’s foldable smartphone is also at the verge of launch as the Galaxy Z Fold and Galaxy Fold 2 have already appeared on several certifications.

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