(Update: Bluetooth confirms Galaxy Tab A7 Lite) Samsung Galaxy Tab (SM-T225) with LTE support appears on FCC


Update: A recent listing on Bluetooth SIG of SM-T225 confirms the tablet name as Galaxy Tab A7 Lite). It is spotted with Bluetooth 5.1.

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The Korean giant is yet to launch its maiden tablet device of 2021. It seems the Galaxy Tab SM-T225 would be the first tablet as it is making appearances across benchmarking tools and certifications websites. After giving a glimpse of its internals at Geekbench Benchmarks, the device has just surfaced on FCC which further verifies the specifications.

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According to the FCC listing of the SM-T225 tablet, the device will carry SIM support and is eligible to run on 4G LTE networks. There’s also a battery with model number HQ-2565S manufactured by SCUD Electronics Corp., Ltd. Moreover, the label showcases a single rear camera design, a 3.5mm audio jack and USB charging port is present at the bottom.

However, the Geekbench listing confirmed the presence of MediaTek MT8768WT chipset aka Helio P22T. It was spotted featuring 3GB RAM while running on Android 11 OS. The Galaxy Tab scored 810 points in the single-core test and 3439 for single-core and multi-core tests, respectively.

Considering the available details, we expect it could be some affordable tablet. We expect some more details to surface in the coming days.

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