Galaxy Tab A7 Lite: Samsung's support website hints at an imminent launch for the new budget slate
Samsung has been linked to a new product called the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite for some time now. It is expected to come in one of the OEM's all-metal unibody casings, even if it compromises somewhat in other ways. For example, it is projected to turn out with an IPS display and (according to its latest alleged renders) a single rear camera.
On the other hand, its existing leaks also suggest it will be reasonable enough in terms of bezels, and will have a sub-9-inch form-factor so as to promote one-handed uses. It also has a rumored authentic-looking model number (SM-T225), which has surfaced on Geekbench with 3GB of RAM and an up-to-date UI.
These listings also indicate the "Tab A7 Lite" will run on the ARM MT8768WT, or MediaTek Helio P22T processor. The same number has also just turned up on new Samsung support pages. They have appeared on multiple national site versions, including those for Belgium; Germany; Denmark; Norway; Portugal; Spain; Sweden and Russia.
Therefore, it seems this product is to launch in these countries (at least) soon. Should it be the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, it may do so with a 5,100mAh battery. It is currently said to debut in June 2021, and may take the stage alongside other new affordable slates such as the Tab S7 Lite (or, possibly, S7+ Lite).