Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite 8.7 Inch Wi-Fi Android Tablet 32 GB Silver (UK Version)

£136.95

  • Enjoy movies and games on a wide 8.7-inch display. Minimized bezels deliver a greater screen-to-body ratio without increasing the tablet size
  • Easily navigate your tablet with one hand. A gesture-based menu allows you to do things like go back, see your Recent apps, and return to the Home menu all with a swipe of your thumb
  • Enjoy an impromptu private screening in the park or binge watch in bed with dual speakers in landscape orientation that deliver rich, stereo sound
  • Galaxy Tab A7 Lite comes with 32GB/64GB storage built-in for all your hi-resolution videos, photos, and files
  • The 5,100 mAh battery gives you the freedom to forget about the charger for long periods of time when you have somewhere to go or lots to watch

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From the manufacturer

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Play where you want

play where you want

Enjoy movies and games on a wide 8.7‑inch dis­play. Min­i­mized bezels deliv­er a greater screen-to-body ratio with­out increas­ing the tablet size. The com­fort­ably com­pact form fac­tor helps keep your hands from get­ting tired, even when you’ve been play­ing for hours.

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Designed to go where you do

Don’t sac­ri­fice style for con­ve­nience. Galaxy Tab A7 Lite gives you both in a slim pack­age. Mea­sur­ing a thin 8.0mm and weigh­ing 371g, this high­ly portable tablet packs eas­i­ly into your bag and does­n’t hold you back with heaviness.

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Simple gestures for one-handed use

Eas­i­ly nav­i­gate your tablet with one hand. A ges­ture-based menu allows you to do things like go Back, see your Recent apps, and return to the Home menu all with a swipe of your thumb. With dozens of func­tions, Galaxy Tab A7 Lite puts con­ve­nience at your fingertips.

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Additional information

Weight 350 kg
Dimensions 0.8 × 12.47 × 21.25 cm
Brand

Samsung

Product Dimensions

0.8 x 12.47 x 21.25 cm; 350 Grams

Batteries

1 Lithium ion batteries required. included

Item model number

SM-T220NZSAEUA

Series

Galaxy Tab A7 Lite 32GB Silver WIFI

Color

Silver

Screen Resolution

1340 x 800 pixels

Processor Brand

MediaTek

RAM Size

32 GB

Hard Drive Size

32 GB

Speaker Description

Dual Speaker

Graphics Card Description

Integrated

Connectivity Type

Bluetooth Wi-Fi

Front Webcam Resolution

2 MP

Operating System

Android

Are Batteries Included

Yes

Lithium Battery Packaging

Batteries contained in equipment

Lithium Battery Weight

0.9 Grams

Number Of Lithium Ion Cells

1

Item Weight

350 g

ASIN

B094WV1PXR

Date First Available

18 Jun. 2021

Manufacturer

Samsung

Reviews

  1. Nor­malneS

    Not even worth the low low priceBought this to replace my Nvidia Shield tablet that’s been killed with soft­ware updates (planned obso­les­cence). Read some reviews, did some research and sprang for this as I have a very basic use-case for the tablet (low demands).Boy was I sur­prised to find that two of the pre­vi­ous reviews I dis­count­ed on account of being fringe cas­es and appar­ent­ly minor­i­ty views amidst all the pos­i­tiv­i­ty turned out to be spot on!Two things you need to know; 1) screen res­o­lu­tion is shock­ing­ly low. The worst I’ve laid eyes on. 2) per­for­mance is abysmal. The tablet can bare­ly nav­i­gate its OS with­out stut­ter­ing and hes­i­tat­ing and that’s before installing any­thing at all, let alone run­ning any­thing you want to install.Even at this price point, it’s not worth it, for me at least. Your mileage may vary.

  2. Flo­ri­an Kouka

    Could have been bet­ter!I was expect­ing a screen qual­i­ty res­o­lu­tion of at least the sam­sung galaxy s7 edge which cost only 3£ less than this device and is of 2015! I pur­chased it only for read­ing main­ly but it def­i­nite­ly did­n’t fit the pur­pose at all. After a cou­ple of days my eyes just got tired to always adapt to it while read­ing. You nev­er feel com­plete­ly com­fort­able at all.The bat­tery life is great and goes up to a day and a half. It is also great in terms of porta­bil­i­ty because it eas­i­ly slips in your pock­et and feel com­fort­able in hand (if you have big hands).My oth­er com­plaint about this device is the mem­o­ry. It says 32Gb but it actu­al­ly has way less since the android sys­tem already takes up to 9Gb! After installing 2 or 3 apps I was left with near­ly 12Gb of inter­nal mem­o­ry! You can’t even move some apps on your sd card (again a fea­ture that you can find on the galaxy s7 edge which is of 2015! Had they put the tech­nol­o­gy of this smart­phone in it, it would have been a killer tablet for that price in my opinion).I real­ly can’t rec­om­mend this tablet because I would­n’t know for what. Instead save your mon­ey for a long time invest­ment like an ipad mini 4 or 5 if you’re more con­cern about porta­bil­i­ty and bet­ter screen qual­i­ty. If you just want a good tablet to read with or have a rea­son­able media con­sump­tion and take notes then go for the galaxy tab s6 lite as you also get the S Pencil.Again I con­sid­er this tablet a missed oppor­tu­ni­ty for sam­sung con­sid­er­ing that a 2015 smart­phone is still way bet­ter than this 2021 tablet! I real­ly don’t get that.Had to return it to ama­zon in less than a week and pur­chase anoth­er tablet as I real­ly did­n’t knew what to do with this one.

  3. Gra­hame

    Cer­tain­ly an improve­ment over my pre­vi­ous tablet. (Huawei). Review edit­ed lat­erI’m going to get into trou­ble here as I own Apple, Ama­zon and Android tablets/phones/readers, so, com­par­isons are inevitable I’m afraid.Bottom line: what do you want? Glo­ri­ous, fast, iOS? Then pay lots of mon­ey. But that choice is hard to use in sun­light. A text (ebook) read­er? Then Kin­dle is the win­ner. Good out­doors and sim­ple. Yes, but e‑books do not stop at Ama­zon and the device is pre-his­toric in fea­tures. A cheap, Android device? No, Ama­zon with its emas­cu­lat­ed “Fire” tablet does not qual­i­fy! Ah! How about Huawei? Yeah, but it’s basic and slow unless you spend Apple prices. Then it’s on to anoth­er, bet­ter, Android — maybe Sam­sung? Or, is this anoth­er expen­sive sub-opti­mum option?So, what about the “cheap” Sam­sung Tab A7 Lite? Well, iOS it is not (weird Android graph­ics!), but the screen is not bad and the speed eats Huawei alive. It works as a read­er, on any e‑book for­mat and it feels OK. Out­doors in sun? Still a no-no, but Kin­dle is a fall­back. For a few ££ more, it’s a lot bet­ter than Hauwei!I could get to like this tablet. But Android — please can we have grown up graph­ics and colours?Subsequent Edit: I’m not sure what the com­plaints else­where about the dis­play screen are about. A pho­to is cer­tain­ly brighter and colour less pre­cise than my iPad Pro or iPhone X, but con­sid­er­ing the price dif­fer­ences it is not bad! The face recog­ni­tion, on the oth­er hand, is dire! If I pick up my iphone it has recog­nised me as I raise it, dit­to iPad. Sam­sung does not even allow me to wear my glass­es and only works spo­rad­i­cal­ly even with­out glass­es. How­ev­er, I orig­i­nal­ly gave 3 stars — con­sid­er­ing how good val­ue it is, I now think at £145 it real­ly is worth 4.

  4. Bryan Tomkin­son

    Not up to expec­ta­tionBought to replace Galaxy Tab 2 which is quite old and giv­ing bat­tery issues. On start­ing the Tab A7 Lite I was total­ly dis­ap­point­ed in the clar­i­ty of the dis­play, no where near as sharp as my old Tab 2 or my wife’s Huawei. Although the Tab is 32Gb I did­n’t realise 10Gb is tak­en up by the sys­tem only leav­ing 22Gb usable.At £146 it’s not expen­sive but much too expen­sive for the per­for­mance it gives.

  5. Rod Block­sidge

    Bril­liant tablet..High build qual­i­ty, fast proces­sor, plen­ty of RAM, not too much bloat­ware, what’s not to like!

  6. LTee

    Pre­mi­um brand at an unbeat­able priceBought to replace my youngest sons faulty Huawei tablet and I’m almost glad I was forced to make the replace­ment, as this tablet is bril­liant for the price. Sam­sung with LG, are the 2 brands I would ways choose above all the oth­ers, and for good rea­son. This tablet is no dif­fer­ent. Its a steal

  7. Chloe

    Bril­liant bud­get tabletVery good qual­i­ty for a low price point. Light­weight and easy to hold in one hand, it’s per­fect for light tasks like read­ing, social media and watch­ing films. The screen isn’t HD but is still clear and bright. The build is very nice, stur­dy with an alu­mini­um back­ing. Very hap­py with the qual­i­ty of this tablet and it’s per­fect for what I wanted.

  8. Mr Ian Lindsay

    Good sol­id and reli­able tabletSat­is­fac­to­ry tablet, but would ben­e­fit from more RAM

  9. Band­man

    It does every­thing I wantI pur­chased a Sam­sung Galaxy A7 Lite 8.7 inch LTE tablet (Wifi) to replace an ~9 year old Barnes and Noble Nook HD+ which is a 9‑inch tablet with a screen res­o­lu­tion of 1920 x 1080, and weighs about 515g. Com­pared to the Nook which I was very pleased with and is still work­ing well, the Sam­sung is so much faster and eas­i­er to hold with one hand.I am using it pri­mar­i­ly as a book read­er to replace the Nook. In addi­tion, it is used for web brows­ing for read­ing news, as well as help­ing to solve puz­zles and crosswords.As a long time Lin­ux user, I have a pref­er­ence for non-pro­pri­etary/open source soft­ware, and there­fore did not con­sid­er any offer­ings by Apple etc. I have installed Fire­fox and Chromi­um, and Aldiko (per­son­al favourite for book read­ing). I down­loaded the apps as APKs as I do not have a Google account and have no wish to have one, and I do not use social media. Along­side these apps, the only oth­er one that I have installed is for my VPN, which I have set up to start auto­mat­i­cal­ly and run continuously.For its price and per­for­mance, I believe it is very good val­ue and does every­thing I want. It boots from cold to my home screen with my VPN auto-start­ing in about 50 sec­onds. From standby/screen off, it takes about 5 sec­onds includ­ing enter­ing the pass­code. Com­pared to a ded­i­cat­ed book read­er, I feel that one of these is so much bet­ter val­ue. I can use my pre­ferred book read­er app, as well as use it for oth­er pur­pos­es. For me, the screen is per­fect­ly good enough, it is clear and easy to read, noth­ing blur­ry about it. It is snap­py, no paus­es or hes­i­ta­tion switch­ing between or while using apps, or any of the prob­lems that some peo­ple seem to be report­ing. Yes, one can always find a ‘supe­ri­or’ tablet for just those ‘few extra pounds’, eg An Apple, oth­er Sam­sungs etc, but where do you stop?. For £119, I believe this is very good val­ue for what is does and I very pleased with it and have no regrets at all.I have mea­sured the screen/tablet dimen­sions that peo­ple may find use­ful (attached image).

  10. S.Stankova

    Per­fect for meWant­ed to wait for a cou­ple of months before leav­ing this review , to see what I real­ly think. I want to start by say­ing I want­ed it for play­ing puz­zle games, watch­ing YT & gen­er­al app usage. And for those things is per­fect for me, hence the 5* . How­ev­er all the oth­er users com­ments, about the cam­era being rub­bish and the lit­tle mem­o­ry are true. I do not need the cam­era as am per­fect­ly hap­py with the one I have on my phone and for expand­ing the mem­o­ry I got a mem­o­ry card , so that was that. The bat­tery life is good, last­ing me a few days(then again I am not glued to it) and over­all is tick­ing all the box­es for me.

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