Samsung has tested many of the right options to make the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite one of our favorite affordable tablets from the past year. A new leak suggests the company is working on its sequel, ostensibly dubbed the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite, alongside a lite version of its already cheap Galaxy Tab A7. Both these tablets expected to be released this summer.
Twitter user general a couple of marketing slides revealing some key details about these devices. The Tab S7 Lite will have a 12.4-inch display (up from the Tab S6 Lite’s 10.4-inch), which is exactly the same as the more premium Tab S7 +, although the Lite model is unlikely to get all the bells and whistles of the latter. … It will support 5G and Samsung Continuity, allowing you to receive phone calls and messages from your compatible Galaxy phone directly to your tablet.
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The presumably cheaper Tab A7 Lite will be a more compact alternative to its 8.7-inch big brother. It is said to have a metal build and could be positioned as a media consuming device, although the image does not indicate if it will borrow the Tab A7’s standard quad-core speakers.
Both tablets are expected to be released sometime in June, with a few months before that. And that’s all we have about these two Samsung tablets right now. There is a good chance we will continue to see such leaks prior to their official release this summer.