Samsung may have launched a slew of devices this year, but they have yet to launch a new tablet. We do have some substantial leaks that have popped up over the past few months concerning Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, Tab S7 Lite and Tab S8e even. Today we’re treated to a leak of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite 5G in renders and specs.
The device has been shown in full thanks to Evan Blass, who posted the new info on Voice.com. The official name of the product will be Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite (5G) and it’s going to have a rather large 12.4 inch IPS LCD display with uniformly thin bezels. I can’t guarantee we’ll also get a 120 Hz refresh rate, but at least 90 Hz would be nice. The slate is going to be made of aluminum and it’ll have an unibody design, with the back side hosting a dual camera in the top left corner.
Also at the back we find a special magnetic slot where the S-Pen sticks. It should also charge wirelessly via the same area. There’s an USB-C port at the bottom/side and also speakers on each side, hopefully with a quad setup tuned by AKG and with Dolby Atmos. There’s talk of a debut date in June and previously leaked specs include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor, 4 GB of RAM minimum, but most likely 6 GB RAM, plus 128 GB of storage. Android 11 and One UI 3.1 round up the specs list.
Expect availability in silver, pink and green, plus Mystic Black.
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