Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite has received 3C certification with 44W Charging

Samsung is getting ready to release the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite, a new tablet. The upcoming tablet will be available in three different setups: Wi-Fi only (SM-T730), 4G (SM-T735), and 5G (SM-T736B/SM-T736N). 3C certification has been granted to the Wi-Fi and LTE versions, revealing 44W charging support in the process.

However, according to the 3C page, the tablets will not come with a 44W charger. Instead, they'll come with 15W adapters, requiring you to purchase a compatible 44W charger separately if you want to charge faster.

Unfortunately, it's unclear whether the 5G model would come with a 15W charger or an adapter that will charge faster. According to reports, the 5G edition will have a dual camera on the rear. Other features include a selfie camera on the right bezel and a USB-C port with a speaker at the bottom.

The Snapdragon 750G SoC-powered 5G variant has also been discovered on Geekbench. It will also come pre-installed with Android 11 and 4GB of RAM. More RAM options, we expect, will be available as well.

Samsung has yet to make any announcements about it. However, we will learn more about it in the coming days.