After learning basically everything about the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, we now stop and ponder regarding the novelty brought on by the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite. There’s no longer the idea that we’re about to see two versions of it launched and South Korean blog Naver only writes about one.
Firmware code spotted by the source mentions the existence of the 4G LTE model SM-T735N and also the 5G SM-T736N. Back in January we heard that the device was supposed to come in two diagonal sizes. Tab S7 was was released in two versions, including a Tab S7+. The two are almost identical, except for the display size and battery capacity. Tab S7+ Lite may end up being dubbed Tab S8e or Tab S7e and it’s supposed to go live in June. It’s expected to feature a LTPS LCD display with a 12.4 inch diagonal.
Inside we’ll find a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor, coupled with at least 4 GB of RAM. It should run on Android 11 and One UI 3.1 and it should ship with an S-Pen stylus. Rumors talk about color versions like black, silver, pink and green and a WiFi only config available as well. A headphone jack is somehow expected to make the cut, much like the one on the Tab S6 Lite. Quad speakers and a Desktop and DeX Wireless mode would be nice, while Android 11 and One UI 3.1 are pretty much a given.
This device will likely compete with the latest Huawei MatePad 10.4.
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