Arguably the most successful “leaker” around, Evan Blass known as Evleaks has done it again. With the timeline for delivery on their next tablet expected around June, images of the Galaxy Tab S7 lite have appeared. The images could well be early press renders and show off a similar body to last years Tab S7.

In the leak, Blass notes that his source says the Tab S7 Lite will be a 12.4 inch display and it will also have some form of 5G variant as it’s sporting the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G. Other expectations of specs include:

  • Variants with 4GB or 6GB of memory
  • 7,000 mAh battery with 15-watt wired charging
  • 128GB of storage – perhaps a bit small for some users
  • Supplied with a stylus
  • Optional Keyboard as has been the case for several generations of Samsung Tablet

It seems, Samsung at least, believes that tablets aren’t dead yet with their continued commitment to providing new hardware. Perhaps the push now needs to come from Google to make Android tablets a viable competitor to the king of tablets, the iPad.

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I bought the TAB S7+ 4G about 4 months ago and absolutely love it. I would be happy to pay for the lite version also for the family/kids to use. If the leak can be believed then it’s a big drop to 15W charging when the S7+ has 45W charging. Also the battery being reduced from 10,090 mAh to 7,000 mAh is a big drop also. I would prefer Samsung to achieve the “Lite” savings by using cheaper building materials such as plastic, use a cheaper CPU, remove wireless charging etc. It doesn’t state whether the Lite version will have… Read more »


That lack between the S6 and S6 Lite is indeed the case.


“Perhaps the push now needs to come from Google to make Android tablets a viable competitor to the king of tablets, the iPad” This showed up in the GalaxyTabs subreddit. With Android 12, Google are apparently tinkering with tablets, again. XDA News link – Android 12 DP2 Hidden Features Changelog: New Search widget, Taskbar, and more! Basically, a persistent dock at the bottom of the screen is being called a ‘taskbar’. and there’s a split screen side by side mode for dual apps in landscape. Android has not had a proper taskbar since Google took that away with Android 4.2.… Read more »


Variants with 4GB or 6GB of memory

So no chrome 64bit?


In the tablet form factor, I would only buy a Chromebook.
At the moment that means Lenovo Chromebook Duet.