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Samsung Galaxy Tab SM-T225 gets certified by FCC


In late January 2021, a Samsung tablet with model number SM-T225 was spotted on Geekbench. The listing revealed the chipset, RAM capacity, and operating system of the mysterious Galaxy Tab. Now, a little over a month later, this tablet has been certified by FCC.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab SM-T225 | Source: FCC

The FCC certification (via GoAndroid) of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab SM-T225 does not disclose much about this tablet. Except for the fact that it will support WiFi, Bluetooth, and LTE.

But the listing mentions the tablet to be backed by a battery manufactured by SCUD (Fujian) Electronics Co., Ltd. Searching its model number HQ-3565S on TÜV Rheinland we found it to have a capacity of 5,100mAh. Also, the tablet will be shipping with an EP-TA200 adapter, which is nothing but Samsung’s 15W Adaptive Fast Charging charger.

Further, the sketch meant for label location exposes the rear design. The design looks similar to that of the recently leaked Galaxy Tab A7 Lite

and Galaxy Tab A 8.4″ (2021). We think the SM-T225 cannot be the latter as its 3.5mm headphone jack sits at the bottom and not at the top, as on the Galaxy Tab 8.4″ (2021).

Hence, there’s a high chance that the Samsung Galaxy Tab SM-T225 could be the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite with an 8.7-inch display and slim metal design. Lastly, according to Geekbench, it will feature MediaTek

Helio P22T (aka P22 Tab) SoC, 3GB RAM, and Android 11.


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