Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite With 5100mAh, Android 11 Passes TENAA Certification

Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite specifications and other leaked details ahead of the launch.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite

Samsung is gearing up for the launch of a new budget Android tablet. The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite has been spotted on several certification websites. It is expected to launch very soon. Ahead of the official launch, the tablet has been spotted on TENAA. The listing reveals the design and some of the key specifications of the upcoming tablet. As per the TENAA listing, the Tab A7 Lite will have a 5,100 mAh battery under the hood. It will run on Android 11 out of the box. We can expect it to have a layer of OneUI 2.0 on top of Android. Let’s take a look at the upcoming Samsung tablet’s specifications and other leaked details ahead of the launch.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite visits TENAA certification with 5100 mAh battery; design leaked

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite has been spotted on TENAA. The listing reveals some key specifications of the upcoming device.

According to the listings, the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite will have the model number SM-T225C. The device measures 212.5x x 124.7 x 8mm. Under the hood, the tablet has a 5100 mAh battery. The battery will come with 15W fast charging as per previous leaks. It runs on Android 11 out of the box. Samsung will launch the Android tablet with OneUI 3.0.

The images attached with the listing reveal that the tablet will have as single rear camera sensor on the back. The rumoured 8.7-inch screen will be surrounded by slightly thick bezels.

As per previous reports, the Samsung tablet will come with an octa-core MediaTek Helio P22 processor and will come in a 3GB RAM variant. It was also spotted on the Geekbench database website, where it scored 840 and 3838 in single-core and multi-core tests.

The support page of the Tab A7 Lite has already gone live on the company’s official Russian website. Plus, the support page has been made live on several of the company’s European websites as well – Belgium, Norway, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark, the Caribbean, Portugal, Liechtenstein, Spain – to name a few.

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