Samsung is known to be launching two new tablets from a different series this year. One of them is the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite. Reportedly, the tablet will launch with the name Galaxy Tab S7 + Lite. This model recently appeared on the 3C certification website and revealed the capabilities of its charger.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite will support 44W charging. However, you need to buy a charger separately if you want to experience this maximum power output. Because, even though it's still equipped with an adapter - unlike the latest flagship smartphone, Samsung only provides a 15W adapter in the purchase box.
The 5G model as the most advanced among the other two models is expected to carry an adapter with a larger voltage. While other reports suggest the 5G model's rendering will come with a dual camera setup on the back. This is fairly new, because usually Samsung tablets only have a single camera. Both cameras will most likely have depth sensors.
The render also reveals a selfie camera on the right bezel, a USB Type-C port at the bottom, along with the speaker. At Geekbench, this 5G variant appears with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G SoC combined with 4GB RAM. The internal storage is probably at least 64GB. The 5G variant is believed to be the mainstay option among the three variants that the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite will have. To note, the three variants include WiFi connectivity only ((M-T730), 4G variant (SM-T735), and a 5G option (SM-T736B / SM-T736N).