Blackview recently unveiled details of the upcoming Blackview Tab 7 series. The series includes Tab 7, Tab 7 Kids, and Tab 7 Wifi. The latest Blackview Tab 7 is to offer better work efficiency and entertainment. Below you will find the specifications of the Tab 7 series, as well as the features and differences between the Tab 7 versions of the tablets.
Table of contents
- Blackview Tab 7 Series Specifications
- Differences and Similarities between Tab 7, Tab 7 Kids, and Tab 7 Wifi
- Tab 7 series – Differences
- Blackview Tab 7 series – Similarities
- Similarities Between Tab 7 and Tab 7 Kids
- Price & Availability
Blackview Tab 7 Series Specifications
Differences and Similarities between Tab 7, Tab 7 Kids, and Tab 7 Wifi
Tab 7 series – Differences
As it is easy to see, Tab 7 and Tab 7 Kids share exactly the same spec except for the fact that Tab 7 Kids is wrapped with an anti-shock protective case made of high-density EVA material and the iKids app. iKids app incorporates all-in-one parental control and kids’ space where children can color animals, do puzzle drawings, watch cartoons, learn alphabets, etc.
As for the Tab 7 WiFi version, it has a different processor, namely the Rockchip RK3326S. In addition, it does not have a SIM card slot (connectivity only via WiFi) and is priced compared to the previous two versions. So everyone will find something for themselves in line with their budget.
Blackview Tab 7 series – Similarities
Intuitive DokeOS_P 2.0 Based on Android 11 & PC Mode
Blackview Tab 7 series comes on Blakview self-developed DokeOS_P 2.0 based on Android 11 OS. This is the tablet version of Blackview DokeOS 3.0 that we first saw on the Blackview BV8800. Users will experience a more intuitive desktop including versatile control panel, smart sidebar, minus one screen as well as the PC mode that turns Tab 7 series into a min-PC by allowing users to open multiple app windows at the same time and deal with their working tasks like on a PC. Similar to the latest Blackview Tab 13.
Slim Body and Micro-curved Edge Design
Latest Blackview Tab 7 and Blackview Tab 7 Kids boast a 8.9mm thin and light body that weighs only 536g, ensuring less-than-average hand fatigue and more portability when it is tucked away in totes or even small hand bags. While the exact thickness of Tab 7 Wifi is unknown yet, it is said to be slim too.
Similarities Between Tab 7 and Tab 7 Kids
Captivating 10.1-inch Screen
It is worth noting that both tablets (Tab 7 and Tab 7 Kids) has 10.1-inch IPS screen that covers 79% of the front panel area. It delivers excellent color accuracy and contrast level with great brightness which makes the screen easily visible regardless of lighting conditions. The screen modes including Night Light and Reading Mode are geared up for users to browse social feeds, stream videos or read ebooks in low-lit environments for less eye strain or fatigue.
Unisoc T310, Up to 5GB RAM Expansion and 1TB Expandable
Both tablets of the Tab 7 series are powered by Unisoc T310 SoC (one Cortex-A75 and three Cortex-A55). The processor is optimized with upgraded algorithms for better efficiency and paired with 3GB RAM +32GB ROM and up to 1TB expandable storage. Thanks to the memory expansion technology, the RAM capacity can be expanded to 5GB.
Battery, Speakers and Cameras
Besides, Blackview Tab 7 and Tab 7 Kids comes with 6580mAh battery. Blackview says that they run for more than 7 hours when tablets are tasked with constantly browsing the web with 4G turned on and Wi-Fi turned off, and 32 hours for ringing when Bluetooth and Wifi are turned off. In addition, they are equipped with dual box speakers and two cameras. 2 MP front camera and a 5MP rear camera.
Price & Availability
Although Blackview Tab 7 and Tab 7 Kids bear few differences, the duo are priced differently. Tab 7 will be offered at $119.69 while Tab 7 Kids with an EVA case will cost about $129.99. The premiere sale of Tab 7 starts now, while the Tab 7 Kids is expected to go official in September. Compared with most of their counterparts in the market, Tab 7 and Tab 7 Kids seem to tick all the boxes of a good tablet for media consumption or basic productivity on the go.
As for the Tab 7 Wifi, its price is unknown yet but is likely to be much lower than the other two. Soon more details.
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