A few days back, a Samsung tablet with model number SM-T225 was certified by FCC. This tablet was even spotted on Geekbench in late January. Now, it has made its appearance on Bluetooth SIG as well. The product’s listing confirms it to go official as Galaxy Tab A7 Lite.tablet for everyday use. In February, a leak revealed that the South Korean tech giant will be releasing a toned-down variant of this tablet called Galaxy Tab A7 Lite in June 2021.
Now, thanks to Bluetooth certification (Bluetooth 5.0), we now know that the upcoming Galaxy Tab A7 Lite will be none other than the Samsung tablet with model number SM-T225. We even guessed the same when this tablet was spotted on FCC earlier this week.
According to previous reports, the tablet will flaunt an 8.7-inch display. It will feature a slim design with a metal unibody construction. The product will be targeted at customers looking for one-handed usage and immersive entertainment.
Further, this ODM-made tablet will be powered by MediaTek Helio P22T (aka P22 Tab) SoC. The chipset will be coupled with 3GB RAM. It will be capable of scoring around 810 points and 3439 points in Geekbench’s single-core and multi-core tests respectively.
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