The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 is now in the running library: SnapDragon662 plus 3GB of memory.

Recently, the foreign news site SLASHLEAKS exposed the Galaxy Tab A 7.0 tablet design, the body back with a splicing design, equipped with only a camera. The tablet is already in the GeekBench run-off library, confirming that it will feature qualm SnapDragon 662 processors.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 is now in the running library: SnapDragon662 plus 3GB of memory.

According to the run-off library, the model is “SM-T505” and comes with a 1.80GHz Qualcomm SnapSnap octagon processor with a clock frequency, and the motherboard codenamed “Bengal” means that it’s a Qualcomm SnapDragon 662 processor. The running score information also shows that the machine is equipped with 3GB of memory and runs the Android 10 system.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 is now in the running library: SnapDragon662 plus 3GB of memory.

In terms of running scores, GeekBench’s 5.2 single-core best score was 318 points, while the multi-core best was 1379. The tablet is well positioned and will be a mid-range product and should also support 5G networks.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 is now in the running library: SnapDragon662 plus 3GB of memory.

In fact, the new machine has appeared in the Bluetooth SIG certification site, from the website exposure data, the height of the machine is 247.6mm, width of 157.36mm, tablet diagonal length of 293.37 mm, the size of the screen may be about 10 inches. From this size point of view, portability should still be good.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 is now in the running library: SnapDragon662 plus 3GB of memory.