Samsung’s new tablet Galaxy Tab A7 Lite has been certified by the TENAA regulator, which has confirmed its detailed specifications.
The new Galaxy Tab A7 Lite has a large 5000mAh battery and runs Android 11 right out of the box. Most likely, the One UI 3.1 shell will be installed on top of the operating system.
The tablet has model number SM-T225C and dimensions are 212.5 x 124.7 x 8 mm. The resolution of the 8.7-inch screen was not reported. Samsung has equipped the device with support for 15-watt charging, but it is unknown if it will be included in the package.
The Galaxy Tab A7 Lite has a single camera and a single camera on the front. According to previously leaked information from GeekBench, the new smartphone is based on the MediaTek Helio P22T single-chip system. It scored 840 points in single-core tests and 3838 points in multi-core tests. The tablet has 3GB of RAM, while the flash storage will be 32GB. Users will be able to install microSD cards.
The new tablet appeared on the official Russian website of the company. In addition, the support page is available in other countries including Belgium, Norway, Germany, Sweden, Netherlands, Denmark, Caribbean, Portugal, Liechtenstein, and Spain.
The release of new items is expected in the near future.