It’s been in the news for a while that Samsung is going to launch a new tablet. This device is going to be a stripped-down version of the Galaxy Tab S7+. There have been a few reports about what this tablet might end up being called.
The tablet was initially expected to be unveiled as the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite. We later heard that it would hit the market as the Galaxy Tab S7+ Lite. Last week, it was rumored that this tablet will actually be called the Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite. None of that may have been true.
Samsung is now making a ‘Fan Edition’ tablet
The Google Play Console listing for this tablet refers to it as the Galaxy Tab S7 FE. Samsung brought the Fan Edition branding back last year with the Galaxy S20 FE. It also said that new Fan Edition models will now be released regularly.
So while we wait for the Galaxy S21 FE, Samsung is going to extend this branding to its tablet lineup. Another crucial detail has surfaced today. The Galaxy Tab S7 FE is going to have the same battery capacity as the Galaxy Tab S7+, the most expensive tablet Samsung sells.
The battery inside the Galaxy Tab S7 FE bears part number EB-BT975ABY. Its rated capacity is 9,800mAh and the advertised capacity is 10,090mAh. This is exactly the same as the Galaxy Tab S7+. Its charging speed will also be as high as that of the Galaxy Tab S7+.
This is shaping up to be quite an interesting product. Earlier reports have revealed that the Galaxy Tab S7 FE will feature a 12.4-inch TFT LCD display with S Pen support. It will run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor with 4GB RAM. Android 11 will be installed out of the box. Samsung is expected to unveil the tablet in the coming months.