تاريخ التسجيل: Nov 2015
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The white 7.0" Tab A 8GB Tablet from Samsung delivers powerful performance and wireless ******* sharing in a sleek, modern design. This tablet is powered by a quad-core 1.3 GHz Snapdragon 410 processor and has 1.5GB of RAM. It comes equipped with 8GB of built-in storage, a micro-USB port for data sharing, and a microSDXC card slot that supports up to 200GB of additional storage capacity. For high-speed Internet connectivity, Wi-Fi is built-in. Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity is also integrated for wireless pairing with compatible devices, such as headphones and other Bluetooth-enabled accessories.
Amazon Sales Rank: #306 in Personal Computers
Released on: 2016-04-08
Aspect ratio: 16:9
Number of items: 1
Dimensions: .30" h x 4.30" w x 7.40" l, .62 pounds
CPU: None 1.3 GHz
Memory: 1.5GB Unknown
Hard Disk: 8GB
Battery type: Lithium Ion
Native resolution: 1280 x 720 pixels
Display size: 7
1.5 GB RAM Memory
Most helpful customer reviews
790 of 827 people found the following review helpful.
4Excellent tablet, performs very well for me!. After 6 months, I am still very happy with this tablet. Detailed review follows...
By Daisy S
Updated review November 28, 2015:
Since I have had this tablet close to the first day it came out and I really am pleased with it, even more so now. When I purchaded it, I was looking for a 9.7 size and a tablet that would do what I wanted a nice and useful tablet yet not the most pricey one out there. Hence, I bought this Tab A 9.7 and am so pleased with it. The purpose of this review is to hopefully help you decide if this tablet is the right one for you or not... Below are the PROS and the CONS that I found after testing this tablet:
Also, after purchasing a new HP wireless printer and installing 3 apps from Playstore, I print directly from this tablet over WiFi...see info in comments.
+ Size - I had the Tab 4 10.1 and the 8.0 before this tablet. The 10.1 was just too large and bulky and heavy. This tablet is lighter than my old Tab 4 10.1 and more comfortable to hold and to carry in my purse or backpack.
+ Music Player/Sound Quality - This model has the regular MUSIC App, which plays by playlists, songs, albums and even folders. Also there is Google Music app is pre-installed in this tablet and does a fine job. However, I installed the FREE app called Rocket Player from the Playstore and love this music player! As for sound quality - The best way to really enjoy music is through a high quality Bluetooth speaker or Bluetooth headset as the sound quality is superb this way and you can walk about your home listening to your music!
+ OTG USB Compatible - This tablet comes with a free OTG On the Go adapter cable. Just plug in your flash drive and you can copy files to the flash drive so easily or view files that are on the flash drive. *Note that portable external hard drives and portable DVD/CD drives will not work using OTG in this tablet because they require a lot of power.
- Just ONE CON - Wish that the resolution were higher...however I am very happy with the display's colors and readability etc (see pictures).This is the only con I could find personally. However, as I stated above, this is not a deal breaker for me as I find the screen adequate.
Bottom line- The price is OK (not cheap) and it is the PERFECT SIZE, LIGHTWEIGHT TO HOLD and I am very happy with the tablet overall as it is peppy, colors vivid and this is a great tablet for reading and internet, etc.
However, for me, I really am enjoying this tablet and my true score is 4.4 stars because of the resolution..
If you are looking for a tablet with lots of features and Samsung quality, and do not have to have the very highest resolution, then highly consider this excellent tablet!
274 of 300 people found the following review helpful.
5Nice Tablet. Tab A compared to Nexus 9
By Amazon Customer
The tablet is over all great. The Tab A is my wife’s and I have a Nexus 9. I have been playing with the Tab A for a couple weeks now. First, we are not a big techy folks. My wife mainly uses to read, play candy crush, shop and watch programs. I use the tablet mainly for reading, research, watching movies and web browsing. I do some gaming and some productivity. But spec number and all that, I don’t know. I just can tell my opinion on how it works and compare the Tab A to the Nexus 9.
General Comments on the Tab A:
1. Android Lollypop – it is beautiful, simple and efficient. My biggest compliment to Samsung is there modifications of lollypop are minimal and it functions and looks very close to stock Android in the Nexus 9. We have an older Samsung – Tab 2 I believe, and the modifications to Android were so annoying that I have avoided their products. That is not the case with the Tab A – good job to Samsung.
2. Screen Size – the 4:3 screen size (like the Nexus 9 or iPad) is really nice for folks who are not into heavy multimedia use – movies, TV. It is most satisfying for those who do productivity and reading.
3. Battery life is good.
4. It is relatively light and easy to hold in the hands. It feels lighter than the Nexus 9.
5. Good price.
6. Excellent response – no significant lag.
1. Screen resolution. The resolution is good, again, I am not quoting numbers, but for people who like high definition will be disappointed. If you like a nice screen, but the high def image is not important, you will be satisfied. The colors are good, but the single hair strand clarity on the picture is not there. I will emphasize, the vast majority of uses will be perfectly fine with the resolution.
2. Its feel is not quite as solid as other tablet. Again, the build is good. The screen feels like some polymer versus a glass screen like on the Nexus. It doesn’t feel cheap, but I think to keep it light, lighter materials were used.
Compared to the Nexus 9. The Tab A has a 1 inch bigger screen, which is just a great size. It is cheaper and has an expandable slot for more memory. It is also a bit faster than the Nexus. The Nexus has high def clarity with a better picture. It has stock Android and will be the first for upgrades. It feels solid with the gorilla glass screen. The one feature that sets it apart from virtually all other tablets is the front facing speakers, they are awesome. For me, I prefer to Nexus due to the screen resolution, I like hi def, and the front facing speakers. If the Tab A came in an S model with the AMLOD display, which I think is just phenomenal, I would get it because I really like the 9.7 inch size and the speed of the Samsung product. Honestly, if Samsun made a Tab A S Google edition (stock Android) with front facing speakers - it would simply be the finest tablet in the market.
I think for the majority of uses, this tablet is awesome. It is especially suited for those into productivity and reading. This is a 5 star product due to the features and price.
231 of 262 people found the following review helpful.
4Very Good Budget Tablet But Screen Resolution May Be a Deal Breaker For Some
By Mark Litchfield
I purchased the 8" Samsung Galaxy Tab A from a different retailer last night as part of a promotion they are offering when trading in a used tablet. My previous tablet was a Nexus 7 2012 that had become almost unusable due to the Lollipop update. Screens were slow, reading a book became tedious because turning pages was too slow and a slew of other complaints too numerous to name. All of this was solved by the Galaxy Tab A.
This tablet is not perfect though. The screen resolution is a glaring con, especially coming from a higher end tablet like a Nexus 7. The XGA 1024x768 resolution is very lackluster when considering that most 8" tablet are either 1280x800 or 1920x1200. This is why I can only give the tablet 4 stars instead of 5. When reading books the pixelation of the screen is noticeable, but not so bad as to make it unreadable. I imagine that in a few weeks I won't notice the pixelation as much as I do now. The good news is that this was my only con with the tablet.
In the end, take this tablet for what it is, a low end budget tablet that runs Lollipop smoothly but has a less than desirable screen resolution. I definitely recommend this to anyone who is in the same situation as I was with an old Nexus 7.