Yet another clue has surface to hint at an imminent launch of the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, as support pages for the device just went live in a few regions including Africa, India, and Romania. This strongly suggests that the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite is on its way towards an official market launch soon, but perhaps more importantly, the support pages confirm that the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite is planned to go on sale across multiple continents.
Support pages exist for both the Wi-Fi-only (SM-T220) and LTE (SM-T225) variants of the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, though this premature posting might also indicate that the LTE variant is not meant to be released everywhere. The official portals for India and Romania have listed support pages for both the SM-T220 and the SM-T225, but only the Wi-Fi model (SM-T220) is listed at Samsung Africa.
Of course, the support pages don’t reveal anything about the upcoming tablet itself, as the user manual and other technical details are currently missing, but it’s evident that the company is readying the tablet for a widespread release. The Galaxy Tab A7 Lite has been dodging the market for a few months now, but an early leak hints at a June official unveiling.