Samsung to refresh the Galaxy A7 Lite, Galaxy Tab S6 Lite and Galaxy Tab S7 FE as hardware details surface
It seems that Samsung could be expanding its older tablet series, having unveiled the Galaxy Tab S8, Galaxy Tab S8 Plus and the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra in February. While the company offers the trio in multiple markets, it continues to sell the Galaxy Tab S7 series and even the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. For reference, Samsung announced the latter in 2020, which bears the model number SM-P610.
As the screenshots below show, Samsung has added SM-P613 and SM-P619 to its support database, albeit without listing any specifications. However, the SM-P619 has already turned up on Geekbench and HTML5test running Android 12 with a Snapdragon 720G and 4 GB of RAM. Additionally, EnergyStar refers to SM-P613 as having an SM7125 SoC, the part number for the Snapdragon 720G.
Although EnergyStar, Geekbench and HTML5test do not refer to the release name of SM-P613 and SM-P619, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has. Specifically, the organisation reports that 'Galaxy Tab S6 Lite' is the product name of both SM-P613 and SM-P619, implying that Samsung plans to launch LTE and Wi-Fi variants. In that vein, Samsung has certified the SM-P613 with the Federal Communications Commission in the US too.
Separately, SamMobile notes that Samsung is also developing SM-T503, SM-T630 and SM-T636B. Reportedly, the latter two could be a smaller version of the Galaxy Tab S7 FE, which has a 12.4-inch panel. Instead, SamMobile alleges that SM-T630 and SM-T636B could be Wi-Fi and LTE versions of an 11-inch tablet. Incidentally, the website expects SM-T503 to arrive as a new Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, for which it has not provided any specifications.
Bluetooth SIG, EnergyStar, FCC, Geekbench & HTML5test via SamMobile & MySmartPrice