Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite certified with the TENAA, confirming design, RAM, storage and connectivity options ↺
The Galaxy Tab A7 Lite has already been seen on a Samsung support website, as well as being leaked by WalkingCat and Evan Blass. Now, the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite has passed through the TENAA, certifying it for sale in China. Unsurprisingly, the hands-on photos provided by the TENAA look like the marketing renders that WalkingCat and Blass have already leaked.
According to the TENAA, the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite measures 212.5 x 124.7 x 8 mm, making it about the same size as the Galaxy Tab A 8.0 that Samsung released in 2019. Additionally, the listing confirms that the tablet has a 5,100 mAh battery, which Blass spoke of last month. The TENAA adds that the tablet supports up to 15 W fast charging too.
Moreover, the listing shows that Samsung has certified the tablet with 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. It is unclear what SoC Samsung has gone with, but Blass asserts that it will be the MediaTek Helio P22T. Based on the photos re-published by @_the_tech_guy, @stufflistings and @TechnoAnkit1, Samsung plans to release the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite as LTE and Wi-Fi variants.
Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite in June 2021. The tablet should be joined by the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite, on which we have also reported.