Samsung Galaxy Tab A 7.0 (2016) Tablet Review
Verdict: Samsung uses such a compact, lightweight design for its Galaxy Tab A7 (2016) SM-T280 that it could be mistaken for a big phablet at first glance. Although the casing is completely made of plastic, it is appreciated thanks to its non-slip back.
Pros: compact, lightweight design, decent build, non-slip back, micro-SD slot with App2SD, optional Kids Mode, decent camera quality for a tablet, viewing angle stable screen, accurate touchscreen, decent battery life
Cons: tight internal storage, no MHL or Miracast, WiFi only in 2.4 GHz networks, long charging time, sluggish browser performance, no performance reserves, minor throttling during load, primary camera's moderate video quality, pressure on screen causes wave formation