May 5th, 2021

It’s been almost a year since Samsung launched a new tablet, but it would appear that the countdown can be reset soon. The company has been working on its latest tablet with the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite, which would likely replace the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite that launched in April of last year.

Thanks to Evan Blass, we now have a better look at what the Tab S7 Lite will bring when it arrives, and doesn’t look all that different to its more-powerful brethren. However, with the “Lite” moniker, this means that we’ll have lower prices along with being slightly less-powerful.

In the images shared by Blass, we can see that the tablet will feature S Pen support, as expected. It will attach magnetically on the back, while there will be a folio case made available that allows the S Pen to slot right into part of the folding portion.

We could see this new tablet launch as soon as June and might be announced alongside an even-cheaper option in the Galaxy A7 Lite. Rumors suggest that the Tab S7 Lite will be powered by the Snapdragon 750G, and could feature up to 8GB of RAM.

If you really need an Android tablet, there isn’t anything better on the market than what Samsung has to offer. But you really should consider picking up something like the iPad Air (which happens to be on sale right now) or even the iPad Pro for your tablet needs.

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