Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite spotted on Geekbench running a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G SoC
We stumbled upon some Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite specs some time ago. It is rumoured to feature a 12.4-inch LTPS TFT screen with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels. Some new information about the yet-to-be-released tablet has emerged online via Twitter leaker @StuffListings, who stumbled upon the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite on Geekbench.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite's Geekbench listing suggests that it will run a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G SoC. It manages to net a single-core score of 650 and a multi-core score of 1,694. This particular variant appears to be running 4GB of RAM and Android 11. Its codename, SM-T736B strongly hints that it could be a part of the Galaxy Tab S7 series, considering that the vanilla Galaxy Tab S7 variants' codenames started with SM-T87xxx and the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus' with SM-T97xxx.
Samsung's choice of SoC for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite is quite interesting. Everything we've learned about it so far indicates that it will serve as an entry-level tablet. 5G-ready low-cost tablets are somewhat of a rarity, and that alone should be enough to make it an attractive buy. While the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite could support S Pen inputs, it is unlikely that an S Pen will be included along with the tablet.