A new report suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 may be in development and has Wi-Fi, LTE and 5G variants. The tablet will become part of the Galaxy Tab S7 series, which includes the Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7 +. In another report, the alleged CAD-based rendering of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2021) has been leaked and showed a design similar to the previous generation model. The specifications of the two tablets, Galaxy Tab S7 Lite and Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2021) are not yet known.

According to a report by SamMobile, Samsung is developing the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite, which will be a mid-to-high-end tablet. The models are expected to be Wi-Fi, LTE and 5G models SM-T730, SM-T735 and SM-T736B/SM-T736N respectively. The report also mentioned that the rumored Galaxy Tab S7 could be launched as the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8e. In addition, there may also be Galaxy Tab S7 Lite Plus or XL variants, which may have the same specifications as the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite, but with a larger display.

Another report from 91 shared the rumored CAD rendering of the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2021). They imply a thick bezel around the display, a single rear camera, a 10.1-inch display as the name suggests, and bottom-emitting speakers. The rendering also shows the USB Type-C port at the bottom and the 3.5mm headphone jack at the top. The design of the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2021) is very similar to the Galaxy Tab A 10.1 variants since 2019. The rumored model to be released may be 245.2×149.4×7.4mm in size and may have Wi-Fi and LTE variants.

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The specifications of the two tablets are not yet known, and Samsung has not shared any official information.

Recently, there have been reports that Samsung is developing an M series device called M62 or Galaxy Tab M62. It can be powered by Exynos 9825 SoC.

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