Samsung has launched the Galaxy Tab A7 tablet for consumers who don’t want to pay big.

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab A7 tablet, released today, is supposed to combine advanced features, high-quality construction and affordable prices, and it hopes to win over consumers who don’t want to pay a big price for a tablet. The Galaxy Tab A7 comes with a 10.4-inch TFT display with a resolution of 2000×1200, and overall, this lower-spec screen makes Samsung more affordable. Samsung didn’t provide any specifics about the battery, but the company said it had built a 7040 mA battery, so in theory, while it might not last as long as the Galaxy Tab S7, it shouldn’t be too far away.

The Galaxy Tab A7 features advanced metal finishes, so while it should be more affordable than the S7, its look shouldn’t disappoint. Samsung says its 10.4-inch screen is placed in a symmetric border and features high-quality metal finishes, providing a stylish and balanced design. With 80% screen-to-body ratio, four Dolby Atmos speakers and long-life batteries, the Tab A7 delivers the ultimate in body image and sound entertainment. It also features a new Samsung Children’s App that offers a wide range of educational and entertainment content, making it ideal for kids. “

The Galaxy Tab A7 features a HighCom SnapDragon 662 processor with 3GB of memory, which is a good configuration for a mid-range tablet. The Galaxy Tab A7 offers 32GB of storage, while the upgraded model has 64GB of storage and supports microSD cards. The device is equipped with a USB Type-C interface and is likely to have a fast charging function. Samsung hasn’t shared price information since the device was just announced, but the Tab A7 is expected to cost around $300.

Samsung has launched the Galaxy Tab A7 tablet for consumers who don't want to pay big.

Samsung has launched the Galaxy Tab A7 tablet for consumers who don't want to pay big.

Samsung has launched the Galaxy Tab A7 tablet for consumers who don't want to pay big.

Samsung has launched the Galaxy Tab A7 tablet for consumers who don't want to pay big.