Samsung is apparently working on an upper new mid-range tablet that could eventually go on sale as the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite or even as the Galaxy Tab S8e. Details are scarce but according to our sources, the tablet should be launched in Wi-Fi, LTE, and 5G variants with model numbers SM-T730, SM-T735, and SM-T736B / SM-T736N, respectively.
It’s not entirely clear whether these model numbers truly correspond to the so-called Galaxy Tab S7 Lite but we’re being told that the tablet in question is indeed being worked on, so we’re expecting to find out more soon enough.
A Galaxy Tab S7 Lite Plus / XL could also be on the way
Specifications are missing for the time being and, to make matters a bit more confusing, further evidence suggests that Samsung might also be preparing another Galaxy Tab S7 Lite / Tab S8e variant that would bear the Plus and / or XL designation. If this model is indeed planned for release, we’re guessing that it’ll be more or less the same as the standard Lite variant except it will have a larger display.
Samsung released the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite in H1 2020 so it would make sense for the company to create a sequel, but given its ever-changing product lineup, it’s too early to tell if or when exactly this might happen. We’ll keep you up to speed as soon as we find out more.