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Amazon Price: $120.85 (as of February 25, 2018 11:06 pm –
7" display processor 1.3 ghz tablet processor max screen resolution 1280×800 pixels ram 1.5 gb ddr3 wireless type 802.11abg 0.61 pounds.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2016)
199 people found this helpful.
It’s important to take into consideration this tablet just costs $129 which is incredibly cheap. I saw some reviews comparing this tablet to an IPAD Pro and I thought it was important to remind people that this is a budget tablet. That said, let’s begin.
Fantastic tablet for the price
39 people found this helpful.
I’m a college student that has various tablets and a laptop for her school needs. This tablet has been at the top of my list for a while. Every time this tablet went on sale, a part of me wanted to order it. Samsung tablets were the most frequently suggested tablet for what I wanted and compared the other tablets, the price was reasonable. It was time to stop draining my phone’s battery (reading books) and fighting with my sluggish Kindle Fire.
Small Size (yay) But Limited Space (boo)
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For the price, I can’t complain. It does a good enough job, but the limited internal memory is a major drawback, no matter how much you put in the SD Card slot. You can tell it to move or install apps on the SD Card, but it will only put part of the data there, and about half of it still on internal memory. Several times I’ve run out of space, and I only have a handful of apps installed. Basically cannot install any games if you want any other apps on the device, and a number of free apps that will actually work on it are considered unsupported in the Google Play Store and won’t install from there, like Folding@Home (if you get the apk and manually install it, it works just fine). It’s a snappy device, the screen looks great, and it’s been pretty stable since day one. I just wish there were a 16GB model in this size range because being smaller makes it easy to take anywhere. Plug in an OTG adapter with a wireless keyboard/mouse and you can almost use it as a laptop (albeit one with incredibly cramped storage).