Leaked Galaxy Tab S7 Lite 5G renders show off design in full

Leaked Galaxy Tab S7 Lite 5G renders show off design in full
The Galaxy Tab S7 tablet series made its international debut last August and in the next couple of months Samsung could expand upon it with a budget option, which leaked for the first time in February and has now been shown off in full courtesy of Evan Blass.

The Galaxy Tab S7 Lite 5G has a 12.4-inch display


Official-looking press renders of the tablet — set to be marketed as the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite (5G) — show off a large 12.4-inch LCD display that’s surrounded by uniformly thin bezels.

The tablet seems to be carved out of aluminum rather than glass, with the rear panel housing a dual-camera setup in the top-left corner. Unfortunately, the camera specs are yet to leak.

Another noticeable addition to the back of the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite is an S Pen holder. The popular stylus, which will presumably ship with the tablet, attaches magnetically to the rear and should charge wirelessly.

Lastly, there’s a USB-C port and speaker on the bottom of the tablet. An additional speaker sits on the top, meaning a stereo setup should be supported. Overall, the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite could end up being one of the best Android tablets of 2021. 

Samsung's budget 5G tablet should be announced in June


Giving the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite 5G its full name is reportedly Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 750G chipset. In this instance, it’s paired up with 4GB of RAM at minimum. Other noteworthy specs include Android 11 and One UI 3.1 straight out of the box.

Samsung’s budget 5G tablet should be announced in June, per a leaked mini-roadmap. Rumors say it’ll be available in silver, pink, and green, as well as the Mystic Black finish visualized above.

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