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32% off on Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite in Just $109

With a starting price of 169 Euros (~$169) and the MediaTek Helio P22T MT8768T SoC, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite belongs to the entry-level segment in terms of performance. Nevertheless, the computing power of the eight-core CPU is supposed to be sufficient for watching Netflix as well as for gaming sessions.

The small tablet also has stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos support, and the 5100 mAh battery is big enough to last until the series finale. For its 8.7-inch display, the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite relies on a TFT panel with a resolution of 1340 x 800 pixels, which corresponds to an aspect ratio of 5:3. Samsung offers its mini tablet in the colors “Dark Gray” and “Silver”. The colors refer to the color of the back cover. The display bezel is black in the “Dark Gray” variant we tested, and white in the “Silver” variant.

The screen’s bezel is relatively wide on the two short sides, where a Dolby Atmos speaker is also located, which is why the display-to-surface ratio of 81% is rather low. Due to its compact dimensions, the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite fits well in the hand, but it is quite heavy at 366 grams. Despite the low price, the build quality is good because Samsung’s tablet scores with a high-quality exterior. Due to the sturdy frame, it can only be pushed in or twisted minimally. The plastic keys only have minimal play and a pleasantly firm pressure point.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite is equipped with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. This can be expanded via microSD card, which can be up to 1 TB in size. The Wi-Fi version we tested costs 169 Euros in Samsung’s store, while 199 Euros are due for the LTE version. The tablet’s other features include an OTG-enabled USB 2.0 port as well as two Dolby Atmos-enabled speakers distributed over the short sides. A 3.5 mm jack is also present, but without an antenna or wireless function for connected headsets. In return, the Samsung supports DRM Widevine L1 and can play back streams in HD quality.

John Brister
John Brister
John Brister is a writer for the Bollyinside, where he primarily focuses on providing coverage of reviews, news, and bargains. He is the one that is in charge of writing about all of the monitors, webcams, and gaming headsets that are deserving of your attention. On the other hand, his byline appears on postings about virtual reality (VR), computers, televisions (TVs), battery packs, and many other topics.


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