Samsung’s cheapest Galaxy tablet now runs Android 13

News Summary:

  • This update includes improvements to One UI Core 5.0 that add many visual changes and customization options. It also includes the November 2022 security patch and new versions of apps such as Camera, Samsung Internet, Gallery, and more. Launched a year and a half ago, the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite is one of Samsung’s cheapest tablets at just $200. In fact, several US retailers continue to offer huge discounts on tablets, so you don’t have to pay full price if you’re looking for an affordable Android tablet.

  • One of Samsung’s most affordable Android tablets, the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, has become an even more attractive proposition after the South Korean company began rolling out its Android 13 update earlier this week. After several Galaxy Tab A7 Lite deals rolled out by Amazon, Best Buy and even Samsung during the holiday shopping season, the tablet is getting the long-awaited Android 13 upgrade, SamMobile says. reporting. The update is currently underway for Galaxy Tab A7 Lite devices in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, but you can safely expect Samsung to make it available in more countries in the coming days.

The tablet has a decent 8.7 inch TFT display (800 x 1340 pixels) and is powered by a MediaTek Helio P22T octa-core processor and 32GB and 2GB of RAM. Samsung also sells his two other versions of the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite. These come with 32GB storage and 3GB RAM or 64GB storage and 4GB RAM. The most expensive Galaxy Tab A7 Lite costs $200, while the cheapest (3/32GB) costs $160. Obviously, these prices are for the Wi-Fi only variant. This is his second major Android OS update the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite has received since its release, so it’s unclear if it will receive another Android upgrade next year.