Samsung appears to be giving extra attention to the tablet market as the company is now looking to bring some affordable offerings. We’re talking about the expected Galaxy Tab A7 Lite and Tab S6 Lite. Both the tablet are expected to bring capable hardware at a cheaper price than their original counterparts. After making its round on various regulatory bodies, it looks like the official launch is right around the corner. We’re saying this because the official support page of the product is now live on the web.
Galaxy Tab A7 Lite support pages just went live in few regions!
Samsung has now published the official support pages of its upcoming Galaxy Tab A7 Lite tablet. We’re saying pages as we’re talking about both the WiFi and LTE variants. According to the support pages, we’re looking at two model numbers – SM-T220 and SM-T225. The former is for the WiFi-only variant while the latter denotes the LTE capable tablet. The support pages are now live for three regions namely India, Africa, and Romania.
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Since the page is live in various regions, it is safe to assume that the chaebol could bring the product to multiple continents. It is worth noting that Africa might not see the LTE version as only the SM-T220 model was spotted. If you’re expecting to see some information on the pages, then you’ll be left disappointed. The support pages just indicate that the company is now preparing to bring the table to the market. You’ll not find user manuals or other technical details on these pages. They are just big placeholder pages with correct model numbers and that’s it.
Considering the pages are now live, it looks like the official launch is inching closer. In fact, various reports claim that the tablet would go official in June i.e. next month.
Samsung needs to focus more on the affordable segment!
While the Android tablet market is quite stagnant when compared to smartphones, it still has the potential to grow. Most newcomers to the tablet are not willing to spend much and that makes sense. According to the recent market starts, Lenovo still holds the first position in the Indian space as it produces more affordable options. With One UI and affordable offerings, Samsung has the potential to churn out the tablets that the newcomers need.