A few days ago, a new tablet from Samsung was spotted on the Bluetooth SIG website. The tablet was named “Galaxy Tab A7” on the certification. Moreover, it was also certified by FCC Certification. Except for a few things, there was nothing more revealed about the upcoming tablet series on all the certifications.
But recently, the tablet got spotted on the Geekbench website with the same model number in all the certifications. According to Geekbench, the phone is equipped with three gigs of RAM and powered by an unknown Qualcomm’s chipset with a codename “Bengal.”
The chipset consists of eight cores with a frequency of 1.80 GHz. According to some reports, it seems to be an upgraded version of Snapdragon 665. Moreover, the phone has scored 318 points on single-core and 1363 points on multi-core. The Geekbench reveals nothing more.
Some previous certifications revealed that the tablet might include only a single rear camera. From FCC Certifications, it was also confirmed that the upcoming tablet will feature a 7040mAh battery while the charging speed is still unknown. The tablet also got dimensions about 247.6×157.36×293.37mm, which almost equals to a 10-inches display. The Bluetooth certification only revealed that the tablet would be available in both Wi-Fi and LTE variants.
The “Galaxy Tab A7” seems to be a successor to Samsung’s previous mid-range tablet “Tab A (2019)”. The tablet appears to be a mid-range tablet, which may be priced at 200 USD approximately. All the certifications are pointing us that Samsung may launch this product very soon. But currently, there is no official announcement by the company.