Schools have started to open but the use of smart devices like Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite for learning will remain with the formulation of the Digital Education Plan under the 12th Malaysia Plan. After two years of learning by PdPR, it is disadvantageous not to take the initiative to include digital elements through smart devices now.
This leads to the question of what tablets can be bought now by mothers, fathers and caregivers. This year the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite as an affordable tablet for the purpose of light use by children who need their first smart android. Is the Tab A7 Lite capable of meeting this requirement? This is what this review is trying to answer.
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The 8.7 ″ screen used is from the TFT family and only supports a resolution of 800 x 1340 pixels only. No stylus support is provided and there is also no HDR support. The screen used is the most basic for a tablet. Color reproduction is less than satisfactory but we feel it is not a big sin for a beginner class device. For the purpose of learning additional features such as high refresh rate, S Pen; and HDR support is an unnecessary bonus.
The design of the Samsung device is also still classic with a fairly large bezel when compared to the Xiaomi Pad 5, Tab S7 FE or iPad Mini 2021. Again this is not a big issue as it targets use among children. Larger bezels make it easier for them to hold the tablet.
The 8.7 screen size might be arguably small for a tablet for an adult fixed for a child it might be the same as using a 12 ″ tablet. So the ratio of screen size to user body is pretty good actually.
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