Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7-Inch Tablet (8 GB, White)

May 18, 2016 - Comment

The white 7.0″ Tab A 8GB Tablet from Samsung delivers powerful performance and wireless content 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

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The white 7.0″ Tab A 8GB Tablet from Samsung delivers powerful performance and wireless content 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.

Product Features

  • 7″ Display
  • 1.3 GHz
  • 1.5 GB RAM Memory
  • 0.61 pounds

Comments

Daisy S says:

Excellent tablet, performs very well for me!. After 6 months, I am still very happy with this tablet. Detailed review follows… Updated review November 28, 2015: 

Amazon Customer says:

Nice Tablet. Tab A compared to Nexus 9 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…

Mark Litchfield says:

Very Good Budget Tablet But Screen Resolution May Be a Deal Breaker For Some 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. 

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