The trimmed-down version of the Galaxy Tab S7+ was rumored to be launched as the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite. Later, it was reported that it would actually be named the Galaxy Tab S7+ Lite. Now, a completely new name has emerged for Samsung’s upcoming mid-range tablet, thanks to a new certification document.
Samsung is going to name its upcoming tablet the Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite. Six variants of the mid-range tablet received their final Bluetooth certification earlier today. These variants are SM-T730, SM-T735, SM-T735N, SM-T736B, SM-T736N, and SM-T737. The SM-T730 could be the Wi-Fi-only variant of the Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite, while the SM-T735 and the SM-T735N could be the 4G variants of the tablet. The SM-T736B and the SM-T736N could be 5G versions of the Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite. All these tablets feature Bluetooth 5.0.
The Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite is rumored to feature a 12.4-inch IPS LCD display and an S Pen, but whether or not it has a high refresh rate remains to be seen. It has stereo speakers and a single rear-facing camera. The tablet will run Android 11-based One UI 3 out of the box. It is equipped with the Snapdragon 750G processor, 4GB RAM, 128GB internal storage, and a microSD card slot. It has a metal body and it will be available in five colors: black, blue, green, rose gold, and silver. It also features a USB Type-C port and 45W fast charging.
What do you think about the Galaxy Tab S7 XL Lite? Would you be interested in buying one if it is priced well or would you rather go with the Galaxy Tab S7+?