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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.
Screen Resolution, Brightness and Other Info – Yes, the resolution on this screen is not the highest one out there, yet I find the display clear and easy to view, read eBooks, etc. So. But do not let the resolution scare you away because the screen is clear and the colors are so vivid, they just pop with color! And I find it easy to read eBooks, watch videos, etc on this tablet. For the price of this tablet, I find that the tablet has been a great purchase because after 6 months of using it every day, I am still very happy with it. There are other tablets out there that are much pricier as Tab S2, as for me, I shall keep this one!
* The screen aspect ratio is 4:3 vs the 16:1 type of screen. For me, I like this 4:3 screen because I found that the webpages are easier to read and clearer, I did not have to scroll to the right. Also I found that the pictures on a website were easier to view. I compared this tablet with my older Tab 4 10.1 tablet on my frequent webpages and while I viewed this tablet, I could read the larger **** better, read my eBooks much clearer, emails better etc. This is my personal discovery from my testing of this and comparing it to my older tablet.
+ Battery life/Speed – Very good battery life! For me, I have found that I am constantly on WiFi (Internet). However, I also find that this tablet gets me 2 to 3 hours MORE daily than my older Tab 4 10.1 did!
The tablet I find is quite responsive and peppy with no lagging. The Lollipop runs this tablet wonderfully.
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.
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.