If you’re still interested in buying a new tablet then today’s news might bring you some kind of joy. We get to know that Samsung plans to unveil 4 new tablets this year as follows: updated Galaxy Tab S 8.0 (low-end), Galaxy Tab S4 (flagship), and Tab Advanced2 and Advanced2 XL as mid-range products.

Today we get to see some of the first live images with these two Advanced2 tablets thanks to a leak. Apparently, the regular model will offer 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage and an Exynos 7870 on board. There’s no physical home button anymore and unfortunately the bezel size remains the same as in the 2016 Galaxy Tab A.

As for the XL model, this is expected to bring more upgrades like a 10.5 inch panel similar to the upcoming Galaxy Tab S4 and some slimmer bezels. No home button here as well and apparently the tablet will ship with Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. The launch might happen in September at IFA 2018.