Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2016), Galaxy Tab E 7.0 tablets leak

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0

The second generation of the wildly popular Galaxy Tab S lineup has received rave reviews, and this week we're taking excitement to the next level by giving one away through TNW Deals.

That's because a Polish online retailer has already listed the SM-T280 up for pre-order. Fresh from unveiling the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, new details pertaining to the so-called Samsung Galaxy Tab A and Tab E have emerged. Evan Blass leaked a set of press renders for upcoming 2016 models of the Galaxy Tab A and Galaxy Tab E.

The yet-unofficial Samsung SM-T280 tablet has been in the news a lot over the past few weeks.

If the rumours are to be believed, then the specs of Galaxy Tab A and Galaxy Tab E could be similar too, but nothing concrete can be said in this regard yet. Both variants include WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, and microUSB 2.0. The tablet measures 186.9mm x 108.8mm x 8.7mm and weighs in at 283g. Both tablets seem to have 7-inch displays, and it seems clear that both devices will have a physical home button under those display and a camera on their backs.

Turning to pricing we can tell you that the Galaxy Tab A 7.0 WiFi only model has a price of PLN 599 (that's equivalent to around $150, £107, €138, or Rs. 10,150). Meanwhile if you want the Galaxy Tab A 7.0 LTE model it's priced at PLN 799 (around $200, £143, €185, or Rs. 13,540). The tablets will start shipping on March 8, which is exactly a week from today, so Samsung should make an official announcement of this tablet quite soon.

Would you be tempted to purchase the new Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0?

More on the aesthetics, the leaked Samsung Galaxy tablets feature the same design language as the one before.