Meet the device your whole family will love: Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, the tablet that's made to be shared. With its compact 8.7" screen, Galaxy Tab A7 Lite is perfectly sized for entertainment on the go. Its sturdy metal frame is built to be brought along from the living room to your beach vacation, or wherever you want to take it. Galaxy Tab A7 Lite comes with access to hours of ad-free YouTube Premium and Samsung TV at no extra charge so you can keep the family happy without annoying interruptions. Plus, with a powerful processor for fast streaming and plenty of storage for your favorite files, Galaxy Tab A7 Lite simplifies entertainment needs for everyone under your roof.
The entertainment goes where you go
With its compact 8.7” screen, slim design and sturdy metal frame, Galaxy Tab A7 Lite is perfectly sized for entertainment on the go.
Sturdy frame for lasting protection
Galaxy Tab A7 Lite features an upgraded metal frame that helps protect against everyday hiccups..
Two months of ad-free video fun
Keep everyone in the family entertained with two months of free YouTube Premium¹ for hours and hours of ad-free fun
Performance that won't let you down
Comes with fast speed and plenty of storage for multiple users.
One power-full device
Binge away with a long battery life² and plenty of power to keep up with the content you love and then some with fast charging to help you juice up quickly on the go.
Put your devices to work for you
Satisfy your appetite for entertainment in new ways with connectivity across your Galaxy devices. A dynamic interface lets you treat all your devices as one.
¹With eligible purchase. New users only (no past trial of YouTube Premium, YouTube Music Premium, YouTube Red or Google Play Music). Redeem in the YouTube application on eligible devices between March 6, 2021 and April 5, 2022 at 11:59pm PST.
¹Form of payment required. [Local monthly price]/month after trial billed on a recurring monthly basis. Cancel anytime. No refunds for partial billing periods. Full terms: https://www.youtube.com/premium/restrictions.
²Based on average battery life under typical usage conditions. Actual battery life depends on factors such as network, features selected, and other application-usage patterns. Results may vary.
Love this little tablet. Other than the Amazon Fire tablets, not a lot of sub-10-inch tablets out there. I have the Samsung S7 too and it's great, but kinda big, clunky, and heavy for reading in bed. You're probably not going to get much hardcore gaming done on this A7 Lite, but it's great for casual reading, movie streaming, web surfing, etc. Great price too!
It is a good tablet but the screen is VERY fragile. I had a case with reinforced corners and a glass screen protector. My tablet took a little tumble off the arm of the couch and the corner of the screen cracked! Other than that, I’m happy with it.
I primarily do most web browsing and quick lookups on my phone these days so ditched my old 4G tablet and when I upgraded went with this wi-fi tablet. Screen resolution is great, responsiveness is a little sluggish at times, but not irritatingly so. If this were my first tablet, I probably wouldn't even notice. I haven't used it much since purchasing, so can't speak to battery life, etc but I've been a loyal Samsung user for about a decade now (phones, tablets, tv's) and the build quality of this device is consistent with my previous devices.
I've only had this device for a few days, but I feel very strongly about it.
- Build Quality
- Battery Life
- A bit on the slow side. There's a bit of delay when launching apps, and graphically heavy applications can be a bit laggy.
- Comes with a charging brick, but is not a fast charger even though the device is capable of fast charging. (not a total deal breaker at the price point)
Overall, I like this device, and it's great for productivity around the house while I work from home and don't necessarily need to be at the desk as it comes with O365 and Outlook. It makes document review and note taking a breeze if I just want to enjoy any reprieve from the desk I can get. But that's about where it stops being enjoyable to use, your smart phone will likely be leagues faster in most applications than this device - to say nothing of this device's terrible camera quality and low (not terrible, but not great) screen resolution. It's a good device for the price, but you're still getting about what you pay for.
I bought this tablet intended for media consumption. Which it does extremely well, from my use I was averaging 2-3 days on a single charge with about 6-7 hours of screen on time which doesn't sound like allot but you have to take into consideration the size of the device, at a measly 366 g it is the perfect device to take with you if you move out and about allot, it is light and easy to hold which makes it amazing for when you are on the go. I did try and run a couple of apps and it can handle light gaming and social media scrolling but I did notice it stuttered a bit when I tried to go through discord. It is also surprisingly well built for the price with an all metallic back but I still decided to get a case for it. Overall its a great device and I would highly recommend it for anyone looking for a tablet they can take on the go. I would however go for a bigger storage model as I did have to buy a micro sd card to upgrade it and you would get more RAM.
It's a nice little tablet that we are using as a remote control for the entire house. It's pretty darn good. I was looking for a stereo for the kitchen that I could play podcasts on. We had a decent Sony, but last year when I got my new phone I lost the ability to use the audio-in to the Sony when I purchased a new phone. I wanted needed either Bluetooth or wifi. Both came with Sonos speaker. Now I can play podcasts or anything else using the wifi and Sonos App or Spotify/Pandora/you-name-it. Slapped a wireless charger on the back, put a slim cover on the tablet, now it's like a big, well kinda like, phone. It runs everthing I used to control from my phone, except phone calls.
Purchased this Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite in 8.7" because my son shattered the glass and LCD Screen on his iPad mini. For the cost of fixing the iPad mini, this was a much better option. Was hesitant at first because he has been using iOS but transitioned to Android was very easy. He loves it. Works very well. Screen size is not too big and not too small. Light in weight but very durable. Love the capability of expansion via MicroSD Card. The only downfall is the battery. Have to charge more frequently vs the iPad mini.
A:Answeryes. really all you need is a Good WiFi connection, but if you're gonna download games. I suggest getting an SD card.
most are pretty cheap. I bought a 128gb through Wal-Mart and paid about $20 or $30, but 128gb is more than enough storage.