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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite 5G and Wi-Fi variants with 10,090mAh battery, 45W fast charging support clear FCC certification

On: May 11, 2021

Highlights

  • The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite has passed FCC certification
  • The tablet’s moniker was also confirmed by the Bluetooth SIG listing
  • The upcoming offering will be available in 5G and Wi-Fi only variants

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite has been spotted on the FCC certification website. The tablet has been certified in two variants, Wi-Fi only and 5G, with model number SM-T730 and SM-T736B respectively. 

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The upcoming tablet’s name was confirmed by a Bluetooth SIG listing earlier today. The FCC listings hint at the imminent launch of the Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite. They also reveal a few key specs of the upcoming offering. 

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite passes FCC certification

The Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite’s FCC certification reveals that it features a battery with model number EB-BT975ABY. It is manufactured by SDI and packs a 10,090mAh typical capacity, while the rated power is 9,800mAh. Notably, the device supports 45W fast charging, but it ships with the EP-TA200 charger which offers only 15W charging via a USB-C port. 

The Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite’s FCC certification also reveals the peripherals of the device including a book cover keyboard and an S-pen. 

The Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite 5G variant i.e. the one with model number SM-T736B will support a host of connectivity options including GSM, WCDMA, LTE, 5G NR, and Bluetooth. 

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite Wi-Fi only and 5G variant will come with the same specifications apart from the connectivity difference. 

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