The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite, also rumored to be called Tab S7+ Lite, is expected to come in three variants – Wi-Fi only (SM-T730), 4G (SM-T735), and 5G (SM-T736B/SM-T736N). The Wi-Fi and LTE models have bagged 3C certification, revealing 44W charging support in the process.
However, the Chinese certifying authority tells us that the tablets won’t ship with a 44W charger. Instead, they will come bundled with 15W adapters, meaning you’ll have to buy a compatible 44W charger separately for faster charging.
It’s unclear whether the 5G model will also ship with a 15W charger or come bundled with an adapter that will go faster.
While Samsung is yet to divulge anything about the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite, leaked renders revealed the tablet’s 5G version will come with a dual camera on the back, a selfie camera on the right bezel, and a USB-C port at the bottom joined by a speaker.
The Galaxy Tab S7 Lite 5G was also spotted on Geekbench with a Snapdragon 750G SoC, Android 11, and 4GB RAM. Although there could be other RAM options as well that are yet to be confirmed.