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Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2018) Summary

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2018) tablet was launched in January 2018. The tablet comes with a 7.00-inch touchscreen display offering a resolution of 800×1280 pixels. Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2018) is powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core processor. It comes with 1.5GB of RAM. The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2018) runs Android and is powered by a 4000mAh battery.

As far as the cameras are concerned, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2018) on the rear packs 5-megapixel camera. It sports a 2-megapixel camera on the front for selfies.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2018) is based on Android and packs 8GB of inbuilt storage that can be expanded via microSD card (up to 200GB). The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2018) measures 186.90 x 108.80 x 8.70mm (height x width x thickness) and weighs 289.00 grams. It was launched in White and Black colours.

Connectivity options on the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2018) include Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GPS, and FM radioWi-Fi Direct. Sensors on the tablet include accelerometer.

As of 1st August 2023, Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7. 0 (2018) price in India starts at Rs. 9,490.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2018) Full Specifications


Brand Samsung
Model Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2018)
Price in India ₹9,490
Release date January 2018
Form factor Touchscreen
Dimensions (mm) 186.90 x 108.80 x 8.70
Weight (g) 289.00
Battery capacity (mAh) 4000
Colours White, Black


Screen size (inches) 7. 00
Touchscreen Yes
Resolution 800×1280 pixels


Processor 1.5GHz quad-core
Internal storage 8GB
Expandable storage Yes
Expandable storage type microSD
Expandable storage up to (GB) 200


Rear camera 5-megapixel
Front camera 2-megapixel
Front Flash No
Rear flash No


Operating system Android


Wi-Fi Yes
Wi-Fi standards supported 802. 11 b/g/n
Bluetooth Yes
Bluetooth version 4.00
Headphones 3.5mm
FM Yes
Wi-Fi Direct Yes


Accelerometer Yes

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus review: Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus

Editors’ note: Thanks to the release of recent, high-quality tablets, the overall score of the Samsung Galaxy Tab Plus 7.0 has been adjusted down from 7.1 to 6.5.

As more tablets are released, manufacturers need to continually come up with good reasons for consumers to buy their latest device. Whether they do this through price, features, or a unique design, with a $200 tablet like the Kindle Fire out there, tablets will need a hook to keep consumers interested.

I’m beginning to think it’s probably easier to build a thin, 10.1-inch tablet than it is a 7-inch one that’s equally as thin. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus is actually thicker than its larger brother the Galaxy Tab 10.1. This is likely because a 10.1-inch tablet gives manufacturers room to spread components across a larger canvas, rather than cramming everything into a 7-inch design.

That isn’t to say that the 7. 0 Plus is some bulky hunk of machinery, however. On the contrary, it’s actually the thinnest 7-inch tablet we’ve yet come in contact with. That said, with such a small design, I imagine it must be difficult to really establish some sort of clear aesthetic difference between 7-inch tablets. There’s just not much you can do (or at least, no vendor has yet felt compelled to do anything dramatically different) with 7-inch tablets.

Weight in pounds 0.76 0.82 0.88 0.88 0.96
Width in inches (landscape) 7.6 7.9 7.4 7.7 7.6
Height in inches 4.8 4.7 4.8 4.6 5.1
Depth in inches 0.38 0.48 0.4 0.5 0.4
Side bezel width in inches (landscape) 0.75 0.7 0.8 0.8 0.8

From the front, the 7. 0 Plus looks very close to the original Galaxy Tab with its glossy black bezel; however, the 7.0 Plus’s back isn’t boxy like the original and instead slopes inward, creating a sleeker look and feel. Also, Samsung eschews the glossy back of the original, instead going for a less fingerprint-attracting dark-gray matte feel, reminiscent of the Tab 8.9’s derriere.

The 7.0 Plus is outfitted with a power button, volume rocker, and an IR sensor (more on that later) on its top; a headphone jack and mic pinhole on the left side; dual speakers and a universal connection port on the right; and a microSD card slot on the bottom.

On the far right, next to the volume rocker and power button, is the infrared (IR) sensor–the key to the 7.0 Plus’ hook.

The left side of the bezel houses a 2-megapixel camera, with an LED flash-supported 3-megapixel camera in the top-left corner on the back. As with Samsung’s other tablets, there’s no HDMI port, requiring you to purchase an adapter if you’d like to play video from your tablet on your TV.

The Tab 7.0 doesn’t take great pictures with its 3-megapixel camera, but it does take better pictures than most other 7-inchers.

The 7.0 Plus felt comfortable and light in our hands with no annoying little edges or sharp corners, just a really smooth and clean feel. If you’re used to holding your cell phone while typing, you’ll feel right at home here.

Honeycomb 3.2 comes natively installed on the 7.0 Plus, and, not surprisingly, Samsung overlays its TouchWiz UI on top of it. TouchWiz brings with it many custom Samsung apps like AllShare, Media Hub, Social Hub, and Samsung’s own curated Android app store, called Samsung Apps.

My favorite feature of TouchWiz, however, is the Mini Apps tray located on the bottom of the screen. Tapping it brings up a tray of apps consisting of a calculator, notes, calendar, music player, and clock. However, the most useful of these is the task manager, which allows you to quickly kill any app running in the background; this comes in handy when apps become otherwise unresponsive.

The Peel app comes installed on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, and launching it essentially turns the tablet into a smart remote control for your TV.

Peel also takes the place of your cable or satellite channel guide and displays a list of shows currently playing locally on your cable/satellite provider’s channels. Go to the currently playing tab, click on a show, and your TV switches to the appropriate channel.

The initial setup does a great job of holding your hand through a step-by-step setup wizard. The setup only requires that you know your TV’s manufacturer name, your cable/satellite provider, and your ZIP code. Thankfully, Peel spares us from having to know any more detailed information.

In Peel’s card view, tapping on a show changes your TV to the appropriate channel. The number pad allows you to manually go to any channel. In the lower-right corner is a ball you’re required to swipe in order to navigate menus on your TV.

Once it’s set up, you can browse shows by category, favorite the shows you like, or prevent shows you’d rather not see on the list from showing up again. Unfortunately, if you don’t have cable or satellite TV, the app isn’t very useful, as it doesn’t sync with over-the-air listings. Also, there’s currently no search functionality, but Peel says we may see that in a future update.

Navigating the interface took some getting used to, but was easy enough to pick up; however, we took issue with the method by which your cable TV screen menus are controlled by the interface. Peel went with a swipe interface that requires you to flick the screen in one of four directions in order to highlight different menus. While this method works and after some time could be gotten used to, we would have much preferred more-direct directional controls.

Also, we experienced an issue in which the shows Peel displayed as airing now were not actually airing. We’d see “Basketball Wives” listed as a current show, but when we selected it, we were taken instead to “Why Am I Still Single.” Needless to say, this was very disappointing. Peels says that this is a daylight saving time issue and should clear up in a week. This reinforces the idea that Peel’s accuracy is very closely dictated by the information cable/satellite providers choose to release.

While Peel is missing some features, it’s overall well-implemented, but we’re much more excited about the prospects of it integrating streaming services like Netflix and Hulu in the future.

Hardware features
Instead of going with the tried and true Tegra 2, the 7.0 Plus instead uses a dual-core Samsung Exynos 4210 processor. It also has 1GB of RAM and comes in either 16GB or 32GB storage capacities. Bluetooth 3.0 and 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi are included as well.

Rounding out the hardware features are an ambient light sensor, gyroscope, accelerometer, digital compass, and GPS.

The 7.0 Plus’s 7-inch screen has a 1,024×600-pixel resolution and uses Samsung’s proprietary Plane-Line Switching (PLS) panel technology. The screen delivers sharp text and menus, but the brightness is surprisingly low and doesn’t hold up well under sunlight.

Maximum brightness 214 cd/m2 364 cd/m2 353 cd/m2 227 cd/m2 587 cd/m2
Default brightness 50 cd/m2 123 cd/m2 106 cd/m2 96 cd/m2 474 cd/m2
Maximum black level 0.17 cd/m2 0.35 cd.m2 0.42 cd/m2 0.27 cd/m2 0.48 cd/m2
Default black level 0.04 cd/m2 0.17 cd/m2 0.12 cd/m2 0.11 cd/m2 0.39 cd/m2
Default contrast ratio 1,250:1 1,040:1 883:1 840:1 1,215:1
Contrast ratio (max brightness) 1,258:1 724:1 840:1 872:1 1,223:1

Navigating through the TouchWiz interface is just as speedy as on the previous Honeycomb Samsung Tabs, but we did experience freezing, crashing, and hanging frequently in multiple apps.

The picture quality of the rear camera was better than you get from most 7-inch tablets, although still not up to the high standards of the Sony Tablet S or Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9. Video frame rate was smooth when recording video and played 720p without a hitch.

Samsung claims the 7.0 Plus is capable of 1080p playback, but none of the 1080p videos we copied to the tablet (some files wouldn’t even copy) was actually playable.

Here are our official CNET Labs-tested battery life results. More tablet testing results can be found here.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 7.2

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus offers a lot for its $400 price: 16GB of RAM ($500 for 32GB), a sharp screen, and a streamlined, minimalist design. Its IR sensor and Peel app turn it into a pretty robust remote control, but its lack of current support for streaming services limits its appeal.

The 7.0 Plus is the best 7-inch Honeycomb tablet available today, so if you’re looking for a fully equipped 7-inch tablet, this is the one to get.

Editors’ note: This review was updated with CNET Labs’ battery life test results.

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Galaxy Tab S7 FE is a large 12. 4″ tablet with S Pen included. The abbreviation FE stands for fan edition – fan version: when creating the device, Samsung engineers took into account the wishes of users. We tell you what the features of the device are and why it costs less than the flagship Tab S7 model.

Design: brushed aluminum and ultra-thin body

The first thing you notice about the Samsung Tab S7 FE is incredibly thin: it’s only 6.3mm thin. Despite the large screen, the gadget does not look bulky. In general, its dimensions can be compared with a standard A4 sheet – the tablet is a little narrower and shorter.

Made of brushed aluminium, the device is non-slip and does not pick up fingerprints. You can choose from classic black and silver colors, as well as soft mint and muted pink.

The tablet looks discreet and minimalist. On the back surface there are two discreet Samsung and AKG logos, as well as a slightly raised camera eye. Inside are hidden magnetic mounts for an electronic pen: it reliably “sticks” to the body.

Display: rich colors and easy multi-window operation

One of the main selling points of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is its truly large 12.4-inch screen. And the resolution of 2560 × 1600 pixels ensures that even small elements are clearly displayed. So, small text in tables is displayed without graininess noticeable to the eye.

To offer an affordable price, we took a TFT matrix as the basis for the tablet screen instead of the flagship AMOLED. The picture quality remains at a high level: with rich, visually pleasing colors and optimal contrast. The maximum brightness of the display is 500 nits indoors and 600 nits outdoors. This is enough to use the tablet even in bright sunlight.

The 16:10 aspect ratio is ideal for watching movies, TV series and games. In addition, the screen allows you to comfortably work in several windows at the same time: for example, search for information in the browser, chat in the messenger and immediately draw up a presentation. This size is also convenient for drawing: there is enough space on the screen for both the digital canvas and the toolbar. In a vertical position, it is comfortable to view documents and websites, as well as read e-books.

And night mode reduces the blue spectrum of the screen, so you fall asleep peacefully.

Choose from two performance and memory options

The Tab S7 FE is powered by eight-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processors. The LTE version of the tablet has the SDM 750G model, and the Wi-Fi version has the SDM 778G. These chipsets handle most everyday tasks with ease, with apps launching quickly and running smoothly even when multitasking. And the SDM 778G processor is able to pull out even the most resource-intensive tasks – for example, games at “maximum speed” or video editing.

The memory capacity can be selected from two options. 4 GB of “RAM” and 64 GB of internal memory are suitable for those who plan to mainly use browsers, social network applications, work with documents, read books and watch videos. The 6/128 GB option is useful for more complex tasks: drawing, games, photo editing and video editing. And if the built-in memory is not enough, the storage can be expanded using a microSD memory card up to 1 TB.

S Pen: electronic pen for freehand writing and drawing


S Pen is a full-size electronic pen that fits comfortably in your hand and feels like a regular pen. But the S Pen has many more opportunities: they can write by hand, draw, make notes in documents, create presentations and other content.

The electronic pen is super sensitive and takes the writing and drawing experience to the next level. S Pen distinguishes between different levels of tilt and 4096 degrees of pressure, and the response speed is only 30ms. The thin, soft tip creates little friction to prevent accidental slips of the pen across the screen.

Conveniently, the S Pen does not require charging: the pen is always in working order and will not turn off at the wrong time.

Updated Samsung Notes: your notes are in order

The S Pen performs best when paired with Samsung Notes. This is a branded note-taking application where you can:

  • – open documents, including PDF, and leave notes on top of them;
  • – write and draw as on a regular sheet of paper with different tools – “pen”, “pencil”, “markers”;
  • – turn handwritten text into printed text with the click of a button, and then save it or send it by mail and instant messengers.

In addition, Samsung Notes analyzes content and automatically suggests the appropriate titles and hashtags for your notes to help you find the file you need. The results of work in Samsung Notes can be synchronized across all devices: for example, create a presentation on a tablet, and then edit it on a smartphone.

If you’re shopping for a creative tablet, Canva and Clip Studio Paint will come in handy. Canva has handy tools for creating all kinds of graphics – logos, banners, posters, collages, stories and more. Suitable for digital artists, Clip Studio Paint is a professional drawing and animation app with a free six month subscription.

Camera: for videoconferencing and document scanning

The Galaxy Tab S7 FE has two cameras. The front one with a resolution of 5 megapixels is useful for video conferencing, and the main one at 8 megapixels can be used as a scanner – take pictures of printed or handwritten text, and then translate it into an electronic document and make notes. Also, the resolution is enough to take pictures in good lighting.

Battery: enough for a day’s work – and more

The tablet has a 100 mAh A full charge is enough, for example, for continuous video viewing for 13 hours. A standard 15-watt charger charges the battery from zero to 100% in just over 3 hours. A powerful 45 W adapter, which is sold separately, takes 1.5 hours.

Immersive sound

The AKG audio system is another highlight of the Galaxy Tab S7 FE. Stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos technology create immersive surround sound. It enhances the on-screen experience when you’re watching a movie and helps you fully immerse yourself in virtual reality while gaming.

What’s in the box: go get it done

In the box with the Galaxy Tab S7 FE you’ll find a 15W charger with cable, a SIM eject tool, instructions and a warranty card. But the main thing is that there is an S Pen in the kit, you don’t have to buy it separately.

In addition, you can order a branded keyboard case, and then the S7 FE will turn into a full-fledged workstation.

Work in comfort

Galaxy Tab S7 FE may well replace an office laptop and become a home workstation at a distance. For work, a proprietary Samsung Dex mode is provided with access to applications and files. They open using an intuitive taskbar, and you can switch between applications with one touch.

The Edge panel can be set to multi-window and display up to three applications. Chat at work, watch a webinar, and take notes in Samsung Notes, all at the same time.

Another option is wireless synchronization with other Samsung devices. For example, you can take notes for a presentation on a tablet, and then draw up a document on a PC, or copy text from a browser on a tablet and paste them into a messenger on a smartphone. Browser tabs also sync, and Galaxy Buds automatically switch from tablet to smartphone during an incoming call.


Differences between Galaxy Tab FE and Tab S7 and Tab S7+

  1. Appearance. All models have a similar design, but the Tab S7 FE now has brightly colored cases
  2. Dimensions. The diagonals of S7 FE and S7+ are the same. The models are also identical in size, with the slight difference that the S7+ is 0.6 mm thinner.
  3. Screens. All three models are built on different matrices: LPTS LCD for the Tab S7, Super AMOLED for the Tab S7+ and TFT for the Tab S7 FE. AMOLED has brighter and more contrasting colors, but the TFT matrix provides a softer picture for the eyes, which means it is perfect for both work and entertainment content. In general, the images on all tablets look decent.
  4. Performance. The Tab S7/Tab S7+ is powered by Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 865 Plus processor, the S7 FE in the LTE version has the simpler Snapdragon 750G, and the S7 FE in the Wi-Fi version has the Snapdragon 778G, which is roughly in the middle in terms of performance. . The difference in performance between the 750G and other chipsets is noticeable only when solving resource-intensive tasks – for example, in “heavy” games and during video editing.
  5. Memory. S7 FE has two configuration options: 4/64 and 6/128 GB. The remaining two models have 6/128 GB of memory on board.
  6. Chambers. Tab S7/Tab S7+ has one more camera. The Tab SE FE has a 5-megapixel camera on the front, and an 8-megapixel camera on the back that delivers high-definition FHD video. They are suitable for creating effective content for social networks, photographing working documents or references for drawings.
  7. The Galaxy Tab S7 FE and Galaxy Tab S7/Tab S7+ are otherwise similar: they share the same batteries, S Pen included, SIM card support, and Samsung Notes capability.

What’s the bottom line

Fan version of the Galaxy Tab S series doesn’t have expensive “flagship” features, such as a powerful processor, AMOLED-matrix and a great camera. So we were able to significantly reduce the cost of the device compared to the Tab S7/S7+. At the same time, the Tab S7 FE retained the best of the “older” models: a giant screen, a powerful battery, an S Pen and Samsung’s proprietary software infrastructure.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE is for those who need a large tablet for work, entertainment and creativity, while the Wi-Fi version with a more powerful processor is also suitable for more complex tasks, such as heavy games.