Possible Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 Lite Spotted on Safety Korea, Geekbench, Reveals Design, Key Specifications

Let’s take a look at the Samsung Tab listed on the certification websites ahead of the launch.


Samsung is gearing up for the launch of its new tablets in February. The company is rumoured to launch the Galaxy Tab S8 series after or alongside the Galaxy S22 launch. The company is yet to confirm the details of the launch. While we wait for that, a new Samsung tablet has surfaced online. Images of the upcoming Samsung tablet have leaked, courtesy of the SafetyKorea listing. The certification website shows the device’s design. It is also listed on Geekbench with the model number SM-T270. While there is no confirmation, the tablet could possibly be the Tab A8 Lite. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Tab listed on the certification websites ahead of the launch.

Possible Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 Lite SafetyKorea

Samsung could launch the Galaxy Tab A8 Lite later this year. The budget tablet is listed on a couple of certification websites ahead of the launch. It reveals that the tablet, which has the model number SM-T270, comes with a single rear camera. The tablet has a copper brown colour on the back with the Samsung logo right in the centre. At the front, the screen is surrounded by uniformly thick bezels and has the front camera on the bezel above the display.

There is no word about the display size or other specs. It has also been spotted on Geekbench, which reveals the performance unit details of the device. The tablet has an Exynos 850 SoC under the hood, which is based on an 8nm process. If the device is indeed the Tab A8 Lite, then it has a better processor than the Tab A8’s 12nm-based Unisoc Tiger T618, which also has a peak clock speed of 2GHz. It would be quite odd for Samsung to pack a better processor in the Lite variant. Therefore, it is better to wait for more details to confirm the moniker of the device.

The Geekbench listing also reveals that the Samsung tablet has 3GB of RAM. It scored 179 and 902 in Geekbench’s single-core and multi-core tests. The tab runs Android 12 out of the box and will have a layer of OneUI 4.0 on top. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Samsung device? Do let us know in the comments below.