The Android tablet sector is doing no good at all and the situation is even worse if we look at the compact tablets, now cannibalized by smartphones of increasingly exaggerated size. Despite the fact that the market suggests concentrating efforts elsewhere, the Korean giant Samsung is not afraid to continue along the path traced back in 2010 by the first Galaxy Tab, continuing to satisfy that niche of users still interested in small format tablets.
Indeed, a new device has just passed through the FCC ( Federal Communications Commission ) which, according to the most quoted hypotheses, should be launched on the market under the name of Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2019). For the moment little is known about this device, but the documents did mention a 7-inch diagonal display, the presence of a single rear camera and a 4,980 mAh battery.
The rear design follows the classic lines of the Galaxy Tab A series and even from the specifications, we do not expect particular changes compared to the recent past. Being a device intended for the medium-low end of the market. However, if you are really looking for a 7-inch tablet and you prefer not to turn to older models, Samsung may soon have a nice surprise for you.
The leaked sketch showcases the design of the back panel and the location of the main camera. The top cutout indicates the presence of a 3.5 mm jack for connecting headphones. Also in the registered documents indicated is the value capacity of the battery, which is equipped with a tablet. The gadget received a 4980 mAh battery.
The tablet offers full communication facilities, including the sixth category LTE modem, so that we can use the tablet wherever the range of our network is available. The communication will also be provided by a dual-band WiFi network module working in the AC standard, as well as Bluetooth 5.0.