Target is running the best early Black Friday deal on Samsung’s best low-cost tablet

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Target is running the best early Black Friday deal on Samsung's best low-cost tablet

Although the top Black Friday sales have yet to kick off in earnest at most major US retailers, the early holiday deals on many of the nation’s most popular smartphones, tablets, and smartwatches keep piling up, making us seriously doubt higher discounts could be anywhere around the corner.

The Galaxy Tab A7 mid-ranger, for instance, costs a measly $149.99 already at Target in an entry-level 32GB storage configuration normally priced at $229.99. Released more than a year ago, this curiously named 10.4-inch Android slate didn’t receive a 2021 sequel, which means it’s still Samsung‘s best budget-friendly iPad alternative.

With a Snapdragon 662 processor and a modest 3GB RAM under the hood in combination with 32 gigs of local digital hoarding room, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 obviously falls closer to something like Amazon’s newest Fire HD 10 on the tablet market’s totem pole.

The Fire HD 10 (2021) currently starts at only $74.99 after a huge 50 percent discount of its own as part of its manufacturer’s extensive Black Friday 2021 sale, and while a few key specs are objectively comparable, the Tab A7 does hold a number of undeniable advantages over its direct rival as well.
We’re talking primarily about the aforementioned octa-core Qualcomm chipset, which is clearly no pushover by mid-end standards, but also the quad speaker system supporting Dolby Atmos surround sound technology, 8MP rear-facing camera, 5MP selfie shooter, stellar battery life of up to 13 hours between charges, and 15W fast charging capabilities.

The TFT screen is certainly not bad either, sporting a resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels, and despite being slightly bigger than the 10.1-inch Full HD display on the 11th gen Fire HD 10, its reasonably thin bezels help the Galaxy Tab A7 10.4 beat the competition in terms of maneuverability with a narrower and thinner body overall.

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