A new cheap Samsung tablet is popping up on certification sites: it could be the Galaxy Tav A7 Lite
A new cheap Samsung-branded tablet could arrive by the end of summer 2021. The SM-T225 model has been spotted on both the FCC certification site and Geekbench and it could be the upcoming Galaxy Tab A7 Lite with Android 11 operating system and 5100 mAh battery.
At the moment there is no confirmation from Samsung about the features of the new model, which have been anticipated by the certification and benchmark sites. The new budget tablet could be the low-cost successor to the Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ devices and could be equipped with a MediaTek Helio P22T processor. In some renderings is already shown the possible design, from the thick bezels with camera on the back in the upper left corner and 3.5 mm headphone jack. The display instead will be 8.7 inches, but to get more details will have to wait for the approach of the launch, which according to rumors is scheduled for June 2021.
Samsung budget tablet: the characteristics of SM-T255
The tablet model SM-T255 from Samsung has received FCC certification, after appearing on the well-known benchmark site Geekbench last January 2021. According to the certification sites, the tablet will be equipped with a MediaTek Helio P22T processor with 3 GB of RAM, an 8.7-inch display, and running Google's Android 11 operating system.
The design is shown in a sketch accompanying the certification, which shows a single camera on the back in the upper left corner, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a USB Type C port at the bottom. The new low-cost tablet will support 4G LTE connectivity, dual-band Wi-Fi at 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, and Bluetooth.
Another certification on TUV Rheiland shows for the device a battery model HQ-3565S, manufactured by SCUD Eletronics Co, which will be 5100 mAh, while the charger would be an EP-TA200 with 15 W adapter.
Samsung's budget tablet: it will be the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite
According to rumors, Samsung's next budget tablet belongs to the Galaxy Tab A family. For this reason, it is believed that it could be the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, the cheaper version that will succeed the top-of-the-line Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7+ models launched last year.
The launch of Samsung's new low-cost tablet would be scheduled for June 2021 and now that the SM-T255 model has received FCC certification, new details about the features could emerge soon, even from the South Korean company itself.