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In addition to the Galaxy Note family of premium S Pen-wielding smartphones, which may or may not be dead for good, Samsung is neglecting its tablet roster as well, essentially allowing Apple to run rampant in the lead of the global market.
Obviously, the gray model picked up by Magenta with minimal fanfare is also equipped with 4G LTE support allowing you to surf the web on the fly sans needing a Wi-Fi connection. Powered by a fairly modest MediaTek Helio P22T processor and packing 3 gigs of RAM in combination with 32GB internal storage space, the Tab A7 Lite is unsurprisingly one of T-Mo’s cheapest tablets.
Your $100 discount is offered in the form of 24 monthly bill credits, and if the deal sounds familiar, that might be because it’s quite similar to what you can get at AT&T.