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Samsung could launch two new Lite-branded tablets this summer

Samsung could launch two new Lite-branded tablets this summer

Samsung checked a lot of right boxes to make the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite one of our favorite affordable tablets from last year. A new leak suggests that the company is working on its follow-up, allegedly named Galaxy Tab S7 Lite, along with a lite version of its already cheap Galaxy Tab A7. Both these tablets are expected to be out this summer.

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Get the 64GB Galaxy Tab A7 for just $200 ($80 off)

Get the 64GB Galaxy Tab A7 for just $200 ($80 off)

Samsung released its newest budget Android tablet last month, the Tab A7. It was already a good deal when it launched at $230 for 32GB storage, but now you can buy the upgraded 64GB model for just $199.99.

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Samsung's new 10.4" Galaxy Tab A7 tablet is only $170 right now ($60 off)

Samsung's new 10.4" Galaxy Tab A7 tablet is only $170 right now ($60 off)

Samsung is one of the few manufacturers still making Android tablets, and the company's latest offering looks really nice. The Galaxy Tab A7 has a slim and symmetrical design, Dolby Atmos surround sound, and a plentiful 7,040mAh battery. It only launched earlier this month, but the device is already on sale for just $169.99 from Amazon and Walmart — a full $60 off.

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Samsung's Galaxy Tab A7 is now available starting at just $230

Samsung's Galaxy Tab A7 is now available starting at just $230

Samsung announced a slew of more affordable products last month, including a new fitness tracker, a 5G phone, and the Galaxy Tab A7 tablet. The Tab A7 has Dolby Atmos surround sound, a 10.4" display with rounded corners and thin, symmetrical bezels, and it's available today from major retailers starting at $229.99.

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Samsung preps affordable fitness tracker, tablet, 5G phone for holiday sales

Samsung preps affordable fitness tracker, tablet, 5G phone for holiday sales

Samsung already spent enough time talking about $400 smartwatches, $650 tablets$1,300 slabs last month. Just yesterday, it brought out another $2,000 folding phablet. But the company knows that top-line items a good holiday season does not make. So, we're now looking at the Galaxy Fit2, Galaxy Tab A7, and Galaxy A42 5G — functional pieces of tech for less cash.

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