New Samsung Galaxy Tab Appears on FCC Database

The Geekbench unveiled a Samsung tablet with the model number SM-T225, back in January 2021, sharing some specifications that include the mysterious Galaxy Tab chipset, RAM size, and OS. And now the latest Samsung Galaxy Tab has recently been introduced to the FCC database and has been approved.

The tab is operated by the 3GB RAM connected Helio P22T. On the Android 11 onboard the tab will be running.


The Samsung Galaxy Tab SM-S225, which was approved by the FCC, was impossible but announced only that it supported WiFi, Bluetooth, and LTE.

The TÜV Rheinland listings showed, however, that the tablet has a size of 5,100mAh and will carry an EP-TA200 adaptor, the 15W adaptive fast charge adapter for Samsung.

This tab appears similar to the A7 Lite Galaxy Tab and the A 8.4′′ Galaxy Tab (2021). The Samsung tab with SM-T225 brings its 3,5mm headphone jack down, as we saw on the Galaxy Tab 8,4′′ (2021).


Well, we should consider the Samsung Galaxy Tab SM-T225 to be the Galaxy Tab A7, and to have an 8.7" display screen. The tab is designed in slim metal.

At present, there is no further info, but once we know more about SM-T225, we will share it with our readers. Continue to visit our website for more information and updates.

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