See Leaked Images Of The Coming Samsung Tab A7 Lite

See Leaked Images Of The Coming Samsung Tab A7 Lite

Photo’s of Samsung yet to be announced Tab A7 Lite tablet have leaked, via Evan Blass on Voice. The photos show a budget-looking device, with a single rear camera and no flash.

 

The tablet’s processor is reportedly a modest MediaTek Helio P22T processor. It also has 3GB of RAM and a 5,100 mAh battery. The Tab A7 Lite is one of two “Lite” tablets Samsung will expectedly launch in June 2021 according to a February 2021 leak from WalkingCat.

 

Samsung A7 Lite
The Samsung A7 Lite and S7 Lite.

 

The Galaxy Tab S7 Lite will also reportedly feature a bigger 12.4-inch display in comparison to 8.7-inches on the A7 Lite, according to WalkingCat. It’s also been previously reported via GalaxyClub.nl that the S7 Lite may come in three variants such as 5G, 4G LTE, or Wi-Fi-only connectivity.

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Rumours say the device could run on a Snapdragon 750G processor with 4GB RAM. Its also to be available in colours pink, green, black, and silver.

 

The Tab A7 Lite tablet already has an FCC certification and got approval by the Bluetooth SIG body earlier this March. The FCC filing did not reveal any information, however, the Bluetooth listing shows that it carries support for Bluetooth 5.0.

 

The leaks did not mention the pricing for the Samsung Tab A7 Lite and the S7 Lite, however, they will definitely be cheaper than their original versions.

 

 

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