Websites that provide support for the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite Go Live; Tips on Design and Specifications

Websites that provide support for the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite Go Live; Tips on Design and Specifications

Help pages for the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite have appeared on Samsung’s official websites in a few countries, including India, Africa, and Romania. Its specs were also discovered on the Google Play Console listing. When the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite is released, it will be available in two versions: WiFi-only and Wi-Fi + LTE. The upcoming tablet from South Korea will also run Android 11 OS, according to the Google Play Console page. However, there has been no further details released about the new tablet.

In India, Africa, and Romania, support pages for the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite are available on the company’s website. The LTE + Wi-Fi (SM-T255) and Wi-Fi (SM-T220) models’ websites don’t share any information about the upcoming phone. However, according to 91Mobiles, the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite’s specs have been discovered on Google Play Console.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite specifications (expected)

Both versions of the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite were reportedly spotted on the Google Play Console page, with identical specs. The tablet is expected to be powered by a MediaTek Helio P22T processor with 3GB of RAM and an Imagination Tech PowerVR GE8320 GPU. The monitor would have a resolution of 800×1340 pixels, but the display size was not specified in the Google Play Console page, according to reports. The Galaxy Tab A7 Lite is supposed to come pre-installed with Android 11.

Steve Hemmerstoffer (@OnLeaks), a well-known tipster, leaked the configuration of the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite last month on Twitter. According to the renders for the grey version, the Samsung tab would have visible bezels above and below the screen. The tablet’s power button and volume rockers are located on the right side. A single-camera sensor is also present on the rear, but it lacks a spotlight. There is no detail on the size of the camera sensors or the battery that comes with the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite. Serial leaker Evan Blass (aka @evleaks) also posted a silver-colored version of the render on Twitter.

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