Samsung appears to be working on a handful of new mid-range tablet models judging by a few new support pages going live in France and recent online benchmark results. For now, these unreleased Galaxy tablets are known by model numbers: SM-P613, SM-P619, SM-T630, SM-T636B, and SM-T503.
The SM-P613 and SM-P619 model numbers were confirmed by official support pages at Samsung France. The SM-P619 model number is also mentioned at GCF (Global Certification Forum), Bluetooth, and online benchmarks Geebench and HTML5test.
The benchmarks reveal Android 12, 4GB of RAM, and an octa-core Snapdragon 720G chipset.
As for the Bluetooth documents, they link the “SM-P619” model number with the “Galaxy Tab S6 Lite” moniker, oddly enough.
The existing Tab S6 Lite tablet released in 2020 has model number “SM-P610,” so we're not entirely sure how the Tab S6 Lite and the SM-P619 model number fit together.
Samsung could be working on a refreshed ‘Lite' model for 2022 that's based on the 2020 tablet, but time will tell.
New, smaller Galaxy Fan Edition tablet on the way?
In addition to this mysterious Galaxy Tab S6 Lite spin-off, we're also hearing that Samsung is working on another tablet that carries model number “SM-T630” / “SM-T636B.” The former is limited to Wi-Fi connectivity, and the latter benefits from 5G.
Interestingly, these model numbers suggest that we might be looking at a smaller Galaxy Tab S7 FE model which could have an 11-inch display, down from the existing variant's 12.4-inch panel.
And finally, we're also hearing that Samsung is working on a Galaxy Tab A7 Lite refresh that carries model number “SM-T503.” Hardware details are missing as of this writing.
All things considered, Samsung could release a new Tab S Lite tablet model this year (in Wi-Fi and 5G flavors), a new and smaller Fan Edition tablet, and a budget-oriented Galaxy Tab A7 Lite.
With all these new and refreshed Galaxy tablets on the way, it's safe to say that Samsung will probably hold on to the title of the world's largest Android tablet manufacturer this year.
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