Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 10.4 Photo And Specs Leaks

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 10.4 SM-T500 SM-T505 SM-T507

The first Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 photo has leaked via the Google Play Console, where app developers can find key components data on computer devices to determine what standards they will have to develop their apps after. And in the process, we got an official confirmation of a couple of more Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 specs as well, which was first noticed by 91mobiles. The new Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 … more…

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Benchmark Scores – Powered By Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon Processor

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Benchmarks Score

One of Samsung’s many unannounced and coming new Android tablets has been benchmarked four times over this week, and this time it’s the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7. Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is an upcoming Android 10 tablet at around 10.5 inches that may be launched within a month or two. We’ve seen official records of both the Wi-Fi only and 4G LTE versions with model numbers Samsung SM-T500/505/507. The Samsung … more…

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Tablet FCC Approved – New Tablet In The 10.5-Inch Range

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7

The as of yet unannounced Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 tablet that only leaked for the first time two days ago, was registered as FCC approved today, which gave us the first indications of what to expect. Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 (Samsung SM-T500/505/507) has previously only leaked with the Bluetooth 5.0 specs. But today’s FCC approval brought with it both the exterior dimensions as well as an illustration of it, which … more…

Unannounced Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Tablet Leaks For The First Time

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 SM-T500 SM-T505 SM-T507

Samsung is very busy on the tablet arena these days, as I noticed that they just received the Bluetooth certification approval for yet another unannounced Android tablet today. It’s called the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7, and carries the model numbers Samsung SM-T500, SM-T505, and SM-T507 for all the Wi-Fi and 4G cellular versions. Nothing spectacular in way of specs was revealed today though, just your standard Wi-Fi 5 (802.11 a/b/g/n/ac … more…