Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is one of the best-selling Android tablets available in the market when it comes to the mid-range category and now the company seems to be focusing on the budget segment with the launch of a (Lite) variant of the same.
Recently, it was claimed that the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite tablet will be launched in the month of June. Ahead of the launch, the device has now passed through the TENAA certification process, revealing some details about the device.
Based on the images surfaced online through the TENAA listing, the device features the same design as the Galaxy Tab A7. It is similar to the render of the tablet recently shared by Evan Blass on Twitter.
Earlier, it was revealed that the tablet will have an 8.4-inch LCD panel. The leak also adds that the device could be powered by the MediaTek Helio P22T chipset, coupled with 3 GB of RAM.
It will come packed with a 5,100mAh battery and run the Android 11 operating system. There are also cameras on the front and back, without LED flash.
The device has also bagged FCC certification and it was approved by the Bluetooth SIG body last month. The FCC appearance did not reveal any information, but its Bluetooth listing only revealed that it carries support for Bluetooth 5.0.
A report also claims that the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite could be launched along with the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite which is expected to come in three variants — Wi-Fi, 4G LTE, and 5G. It is expected to come with multiple color options — Black, Silver, Pink, and Green.