- After appearing on Geekbench, the Samsung SM-T225 has now been spotted on the FCC
- The upcoming tablet could be a part of the Galaxy Tab A lineup
- It is expected to be an affordable device going by the revealed specs
Samsung is reportedly working on a new tablet with model number SM-T225. It was previously spotted on the Geekbench benchmarking platform. Now the same tablet with the same model number has been spotted on the US certification site FCC.
The FCC listing of the Samsung SM-T225 reveals some key specifications of the upcoming tablet. It also shows the device with a Samsung logo on the back panel and a single camera sensor at the top left corner. Based on previous leaks, we know that Samsung is expected to launch a couple of tablets in June, and this could be the rumoured Galaxy Tab A7 Lite.
Samsung tablet with model number SM-T225 spotted on FCC
The FCC listing of the Samsung SM-T225 says that it belongs to the company’s Galaxy Tab A lineup. However, the exact name of the device is not known yet. It measures 1.45mm x 4.8mm in terms of dimensions.
According to the FCC listing, the Samsung SM-T225 will be backed by a battery with model number HQ-3565S. Cross checking the model number on the TUV Rheinland database suggests the capacity of the battery is 5,100mAh. The Samsung SM-T225 will support 15W fast charging with the charger model number EP-TA200.
The FCC listing additionally lists supported connectivity options on the upcoming tablet including GSM, WCDMA, LTE, Bluetooth, and 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi support.
As per the Geekbench listing, the Samsung SM-T225 will reportedly be powered by a MediaTek MT8768WT chipset. It also reveals that the tablet will pack 3GB RAM and run Android 11 out of the box. In single and multi-core tests, the device scores 810 and 3,489 points respectively.