Galaxy Tab A 7.0 & Galaxy Tab E 7.0 Renders Surface


The Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona is over, and Samsung now has two new flagship devices in their lineup. We're not here to talk about the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge though. it's time to take a short break and pay some attention to other devices in Samsung's lineup. Samsung tends to release quite a few smartphones a year, but this Korea-based company is also in the tablet business. Samsung has released Galaxy Tab A and Galaxy Tab E tablets in the past, and next-gen products seem to be coming.

Earlier this month, we've seen Galaxy Tab E 7.0 (2016) renders surface online, and the company has actually introduced the Galaxy Tab E 8.0 in Taiwan. The Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2016) images surfaced earlier this month as well, and we have some new content to share with you now. If you take a look at the images in the gallery down below, you'll get to see the Galaxy Tab E 7.0 (2016) and Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2016) renders in both black and white color variants. These tablets will be Samsung's new mid-range tablet devices, and are actually expected to arrive fairly soon. The Galaxy Tab E 9.6 was introduced back in June last year, and it seems like Samsung is aiming to release a smaller variant of this tablet this time around. Galaxy Tab A 8.0 was also introduced last year, but that tablet was announced back in March.


Now, we're not entirely sure when will Samsung introduce either of these devices, but you can expect them to arrive in the coming weeks. Samsung doesn't really have a set timeframe for releasing their low and mid-range tablets, so it could basically happen at any time, we'll just have to keep our eyes open and see what we get. As far as specs are concerned, we still don't have any info, but based on previous models, you can expect these two devices to sport mid-range specs, though the Galaxy Tab E will almost certainly be inferior to the Galaxy Tab A. Either way, stay tuned, we'll report back as soon as new information surfaces.

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