Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite LTE and Wi-Fi variants with up to 45W fast charging support get 3C certification


  • The Galaxy Tab S7 Lite has appeared on 3C certification
  • It has been listed in Wi-Fi and LTE variants
  • As per the certification listing, the tablet may come with support for 45W fast charging

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite has been spotted on China’s 3C certification website. The upcoming tablet has been certified in two variants, Wi-Fi-only and LTE. The former is listed with a model number SM-T730 while the latter has the model number SM-T735C. 

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The 3C certification reveals Samsung as the manufacturer of the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite. The upcoming tablet is expected to arrive as the successor to last year’s Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. The device is also tipped to pack toned-down specs compared to its standard and Plus variants. 

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite receives 3C certification

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite 3C certification listing

The 3C certification reveals that the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite could support 45W fast charging. However, the charger will have to be purchased separately. Additionally, the upcoming offering will ship with an EP-TA200 charger that supports only 15W charging speeds. 

Apart from the charging details, the 3C certification doesn’t reveal any additional specifications of the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite. Samsung is also expected the launch the upcoming tablet in a 5G version that is said to have the model number SM-T736B. 

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite leaked renders

The Galaxy Tab S7 Lite was recently spotted in leaked renders, courtesy of tipster Evan Blass. The leaked images revealed that the upcoming tablet will come with a book cover that has a cutout on the back for housing the S-Pen stylus. The device will be offered in five colour options including Black, Blue, Green, White and Brown. 

The Galaxy Tab S7 Lite is rumoured to feature a 12.4-inch display. As per the Geekbench listing earlier this year, the tablet is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 750G processor coupled with 4GB RAM. It will likely run OneUI 3.1 based on Android 11 out of the box. 

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