Samsung Tab A7 Lite (T225, 3Gb/32Gb, 4G) Price in Pakistan – AppleKid.pk
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• Screen Size: 10.4″
• Storage: 32GB
• RAM: 3GB
• Network: WiFi
• SIM: yes
• OS: Android 10
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite is now available in Pakistan is a mid-range tablet that, at first, did not make the best first impression. The ho-hum chassis design is the dim display.
However, the Galaxy Tab A7 won me over with amazing battery life. Multitasking capabilities and Dolby Atmos quad-speaker setup are available. The Galaxy Tab A7 still betrays its position in the market as a mid-range tablet. The Samsung slate has some stellar features that will seduce you into becoming a fan.
The Galaxy Tab A7 design is reminiscent of the Amazon Fire HD 8 tablet. This sports a 5-megapixel camera on the right bezel. This invites users to join and host video calls in landscape mode. Providing a wider viewing angle during video conferences.
The 10.4-inch display isn’t eye-catching, either. The bezels are thick-ish on all four sides, snitching on the Galaxy Tab A7’s status as a non-premium tablet. On the right side of the Galaxy Tab A7 are a power button and volume rocker. Dual-speaker grills can be found on the top and bottom edges of the Samsung tablet.
The Galaxy Tab A7 has a USB 2.0 Type-C port on the bottom edge; 2.0 is the operative term here.
You’ll also find a 3.5mm headset jack on the bottom edge of the tablet. On the left side of the Galaxy Tab A7 is a microSD card slot.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 has a 10.4-inch, 2000 x 1200-pixel display framed by large bezels, which is a blessing and a curse. On one hand, the thick bezels detract from the slate’s attractiveness, but on the other, it offers ample grip territory while holding the Galaxy Tab A7 during media consumption.
The touchscreen gestures on the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 were smooth. The display responded to all my commanding swipes with ease, whether I was using pinch-to-zoom on an article or scrolling through Netflix to find a show I wanted to stream.
The Galaxy Tab A7’s screen covers 102% of the sRGB color gamut, which trumps the color-coverage score of the average tablet (100%). The Samsung tablet is also more vivid than the Lenovo Smart Tab M10 FHD Plus (99%) and the Amazon Fire HD 8 (80%).
At 329 nits, the Galaxy Tab A7 doesn’t have the brightest screen; the average tablet has 413 nits of brightness. The Samsung slate outshone the Lenovo Smart Tab M10 FHD Plus (322 nits), but the Galaxy Tab A7 is dimmer than the 444-nit Amazon Fire HD 8. I went outside to test the Galaxy Tab A7’s display. When the sky is overcast, the screen is still perceptible. However, on bright and sunny days, the panel loses some visibility.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7’s Dolby Atmos quad-speaker system delivers a well-amplified sound that filled my medium-sized testing room. I listened to “Blinding Lights” by The Weeknd; the snappy synth-pop tune was finely tuned, clear and loud. Even at max volume, there was no audio distortion. Of course, the speakers aren’t the best on the market, but expecting top-of-the-line audio from a sub-$300 tablet would be asking for too much.
Performance and mobile gaming
If you’ve got a bad habit of opening a boatload of apps at once, don’t worry, the Galaxy Tab A7 has got your back.
On the Geekbench 5.0 overall performance benchmark, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 achieved a score of 1,405. Despite being cheaper, the Amazon Fire HD 8 smoked the Samsung tablet with a score of 2,437. The Galaxy Tab A7 had its moment of redemption when the Lenovo Smart Tab M10 FHD Plus could only muster up a score of 966.
If you’re interested in how well mobile games run on the Galaxy Tab A7, you’ll be relieved to know that the Samsung slate can handle light gaming like a champ. Games such as Subway Runner, Among Us and Talking Tom 2 operated smoothly. I also played Call of Duty Mobile on the Galaxy Tab A7 and the first-person shooter game ran like a dream.
I was pleasantly surprised by the battery life on the Galaxy Tab A7. The Samsung tablet lasted an impressive 13 hours and 13 minutes on the Laptop Mag battery test.
The front-facing, 5-megapixel camera can be found on the side bezel, which encourages landscape-oriented video calls and selfies. The camera quality is exactly what you’d expect from a mid-range tablet. The definition is poor, lacks crispness and there is some visual noise. My curls lacked delineation in selfies, but on the plus side, colors were relatively accurate.
As long as you are in a well-lit room, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7’s cameras are fine for non-professional video conferencing, but if you’re hoping to curate a high-quality Instagram account with picture and video content from this Samsung tablet, you may want to consider a device with sharper cameras.
The Galaxy Tab A7’s front-facing webcam also features facial-recognition technology for biometric authentication, which worked like a charm each time I unlocked the tablet.
Software and warranty
The Galaxy Tab A7 runs on Android 10. The Samsung tablet has an abundance of pre-installed apps that you may find useful, including YouTube, Netflix, and Spotify. You’ll also discover some popular Microsoft properties, such as Office, OneDrive, and Outlook.
Galaxy Tab A7 is particularly ideal for users within the Samsung ecosystem. The 10.4-inch tablet lets users engage with compatible Samsung Galaxy devices via an easy pairing process. You can receive your phone’s notifications and texts straight to your tablet or make calls and send messages. If you have a Samsung TV, you can use the Galaxy Tab A7 to manage and control it.
Countless more apps are at your fingertips thanks to the Google Play Store. You can download popular favorites such as Among Us, Subway Surfers, Twitch, Disney+, and more.
Parents will be pleased to know that the Galaxy Tab A7 features a Kids Mode. A a child-friendly UI with drawing apps. Karaoke, games, songs, and even a kid-oriented browser.
The Galaxy Tab A7 tablet comes with a one-year limited warranty. Check out our Best and Worst Brands and Tech Support Showdown reports to find out how Samsung fared this year.
The Galaxy Tab A7 shines among mid-market tablets thanks to its 13-hour battery life. The colorful display and quad-speaker Dolby Atmos setup. The 10.4-inch tablet is also ideal for users seeking a slate compatible with the Samsung ecosystem. The easy device pairing, whether it’s with a Samsung Galaxy smartphone or a Samsung TV.
On the other hand, the Galaxy Tab A7 does have some mediocre features like a dim display. The Fire HD 8 is brighter and more color-accurate. Amazon tablet is riddled with annoying advertisements. If you’re on the hunt for a tablet for your buck, the Galaxy Tab A7 is an excellent choice.