Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 (2020) and Galaxy Fit2 announced

Samsung introduced the two devices at its 'Life Unstoppable' event where it also announced the all-new Galaxy A42 5G smartphone

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 packs a 10.4-inch screen with symmetrical bezels and Quad Dolby Atmos speakers
  • Samsung Galaxy Fit2 fitness band touts a slim and lightweight build
  • Pricing and availability of these products are yet to be revealed

The all-new Samsung Galaxy Fit2 and Galaxy Tab A7 (2020) have been announced. After doing the rounds of the rumour mill for quite some time, Samsung finally took the wraps off the devices at its ‘Life Unstoppable’ AR event. The event also saw the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy A42 5G. The Galaxy Fit2 is the newest fitness band from Samsung that promises advanced tracking features, slim and lightweight build, and long-lasting battery life. The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 (2020), on the other hand, is the latest mid-range tablet in the company’s Tab A series. The tablet touts a ‘premium’ metal finish, a 10.8-inch display with slim bezels, Quad Dolby Atmos speakers, and a long-lasting battery.

Samsung Galaxy Fit2 specifications

The Samsung Galaxy Fit2 is a successor to the original Galaxy Fit that was announced last year. The latest fitness tracker is designed to automatically detect and track up to five different types of activity providing fitness insights such as calories burned, heart rate, distance and more. The band also comes with a built-in monitor to track wearer’s sleeping pattern and provide daily analysis and a unique Sleep Score.

The Samsung Galaxy Fit2 comes with a groove design which is said to help reduce sweating and a 3D glass display that comes with over 70 different face options to best suit your style. Samsung claims that the fitness band can last up to 15 days, extendable to 21 days depending on settings and conditions, between charges.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 (2020) specifications

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 has a 10.4-inch display that bears an 80 per cent screen-to-body ratio. The tablet has a Samsung Kids app that features a variety of educational and entertaining content. The company hasn’t shared the complete specifications of the Galaxy Tab A yet, but rumours suggest it is powered by the Snapdragon 662 mid-range processor paired with Adreno 610 GPU ticking at its core. This could be paired with 3GB RAM, 32GB/ 64GB storage, and a whopping 7,040mAh battery. The Galaxy Tab A7 should have Android 10-based OneUI 2 to take care of its software side of things.