It is known that Samsung is now near to launch its another tablet, which would be the lite version of its current flagship tablet series, the Galaxy Tab S7 series. The renders and other related information regarding the upcoming tablet device are already on the internet.
Recently, the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite has been listed on the famous FCC Certification site. The FCC Certification has revealed some of the main highlights of the tablet, which were unknown before. It is worth mentioning that both 5G and Wi-Fi versions (with model number: SM-T736B and SM-T730) has been listed.
The FCC Certification has revealed that the all-new Galaxy Tab S7 Lite will feature a 10900mAh Battery with model number “EB-BT975ABY.” The same battery has been used in the Galaxy Tab S7+; that’s why we can expect better battery timing from this new tablet device.
It is also mentioned that the device supports Samsung’s EP-TA200 15W charger, which was already confirmed through the 3C Certification, but it will not come in the box; users can buy it separately. Moreover, the attached live screenshot also revealed that Galaxy Tab S7 lite would support 45W maximum charging.
The Galaxy Tab S7 Lite will also feature a USB Type-C port as the mentioned USB Cable in certification is a Type-C cable with model number “EP-DT725.” It is also confirmed that there will be no 3.5mm headphone jack like the standard version because the mentioned headphones are USB Type-C Handsfree.
The FCC Certification further revealed that the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite would also support S-Pen connectivity and the Keyboard case. But it is not confirmed whether the S Pen will come out of the box or not.
As per previous info, the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite will feature a 12.4 inches IPS display with slimmer bezels and chin. Like the standard version, the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite would also feature a dual-camera setup. Overall, the design would be a lot similar to the standard version.
In terms of chipset, the Galaxy Tab S7 lite will feature the mid-range chipset from Qualcomm, Snapdragon 750G, an octa-core chipset based on an 8nm manufacturing process. The chipset has a maximum frequency of 2.2GHz (with Kryo 570 core).
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