A new budget tablet offering by Samsung has recently appeared on TENAA, complete with renders.
This tablet is called the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite. It sports a 8.68in. IPS LCD screen with a resolution of 800×1340 pixels, meaning it has an HD+ resolution. For the cameras, a single 8mp camera sits at the back as well as a single 2mp front camera for video calls.
For the processor, it is powered by a Mediatek Helio P22T processor paired with either 3 or 4GB RAM and either 32 or 64 GB storage options. It will come shipped with Android 11 to boot, with possibly OneUI 3.1 on top.
For the battery and charging, it will have a relatively modest size battery with a capacity of 5100mAh coupled with 15W fast charging. Not the biggest battery nor the slowest charging in the world, but it still works and would probably last you a day of use.
On Voice, there is also a rendered White/Silver edition, complete with the sides. On the right side comes the power button and volume rockers as well as microphone. It appears that the tab has LTE connectivity as the SIM Card Tray sits on the left side alone. Though, this could just be for the SD Card slot and there may be a version of the tablet without LTE.
The tablet is scheduled to hit the market this June, and is geared towards budget consumers. So no fancy features here unlike the Galaxy Tab S7