The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite will soon appear in Europe as support sites become active

The Samsung tablet with the model number SM-T225 has been spotted in the database of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the USA, Bluetooth SIG and Geekbench in recent weeks. This tablet is expected to hit the market with the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite. Support pages for the same device have appeared on Samsung’s website for markets like Belgium, Denmark, Spain, Sweden, Germany, Russia and so on (via). The appearance of the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite support page suggests that it will soon become official in European markets.

A recent leak of trusted tipster Evan Blass revealed that the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite will have an 8.4-inch screen. The low-budget tablet is expected to have an LCD screen.

The Tab A7 Lite could be powered by a modest Helio P22T chipset, along with 3GB of RAM. There is no data on the capacity of the storage device. It will probably be powered by 5,100mAh. The leaked tablet renders revealed that they would have a camera without a flash on their back. There is no word on the front and rear cameras of the Tab A7 Lite.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite tablet
The Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite was unveiled by Evan Blass

Previous reports have claimed that the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite will break through coverage in June. However, new developments suggest that its launch could be near.

In addition to the Tab A7 Lite, the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite could be another Samsung tablet labeled ‘Lite’. The S7 Lite is expected to arrive with specs like a 12.4-inch TFT screen, Snapdragon 750G chipset, 4GB of RAM and Android 11 OS. It can come in colors like black, silver, pink and green. Samsung can launch the tablet in three variants like 5G, 4G LTE and Wi-Fi only.