Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite to feature 44W fast charging support
Rumours are fresh on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite which could also be called Galaxy Tab S7+ Lite. This tablet has now received China's 3C certification confirming their launch is drawing closer. The 3C certification also revealed that the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite will come with 44W fast charging support. But Samsung will ship the tablet with 15W charging adapters.
Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite in three variants of Wi-Fi, LTE and 5G. The latest leak comes shortly after the tablet's renders were shared by Evan Blass. The tablet will come with support for a notebook cover in five colour options of black, blue, white, green and pink. The tablet will also have support for the S Pen as confirmed by the cover which has a dedicated slot for it.
In terms of specs, Galaxy Tab S7 Lite/Galaxy Tab S7+ Lite will feature a 12.4-inch WQXGA display and it will be powered by the Snapdragon 750G processor paired with 4GB of RAM. The Galaxy Tab S7 Lite will also come with 5G support like the Tab S7 series. It will also come with Galaxy Continuity that will let users receive calls and respond to messages from a compatible Galaxy phone.
There is some confusion with the name of the tablet though. So far we've known the tablet as Galaxy Tab S7 Lite but it will reportedly be called Galaxy Tab S7+ Lite which only makes it more confusing. Samsung was also rumoured to be working on a 'Plus' or 'XL' variant for the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite. So we could see three tablets but the possibility of that happening is very unlikely.