The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite has been spotted on the 3C certification website in China. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite receives certification for two variants: Wi-Fi-only and LTE. The former is designated by the model number SM-T730, while the latter is designated by the model number SM-T735C.
The Galaxy Tab S7 Lite’s 3C certification identifies Samsung Investment Company Limited (China) as the applicant and Samsung Electronics Company Limited as the manufacturer. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite will be the successor to last year’s Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. The device is also expected to equip downgrade specifications than its standard and Plus variant.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite 3C Certification Listing
According to the 3C certification, the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite will support 45W fast charging. The Charger, on the other hand, would have to be bought separately, as the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite will come with an EP-TA200 adapter that only supports 15W Quick-charging. Apart from the charging details, the 3C certification didn’t spill out any details about the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite. However, Samsung is also expected to release the upcoming tablet in a 5G version with the model number SM-T736B.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite renders were recently leaked via a tipster Evan Blass. According to the leaks, the device will also feature a cover book with a cutout on the rear for housing the S-Pen stylus. The Galaxy Tab S7 Lite will be available in five different color options: black, blue, green, white, and brown.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite Specifications
According to a Geekbench listing from earlier this year, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor with a base frequency of 1.80 GHz and Boost Frequency @ 2.21 GHz, paired with Adreno 619 GPU, and 4GB RAM. However, we expect the device to launch with at least 6GB RAM. The Galaxy Tab S7 Lite will Boot OneUI 3.1 based on Android 11, out of the box. The device scores 650 and 1694 in single-core and multi-core benchmarks respectively. There is currently no information available about the introduction of the all-new Galaxy Tab S7 Lite. For the time being, we can say with certainty that something is brewing in the tablet market.