It’s been a hell of a week for tablets, between the debut of the new iPad Pro models, rumors about a Galaxy Tab S7 or Tab S20 and also the leak of a new Galaxy Tab A 8.4. Now the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite leaks again, in render form and we discuss it below.

Previously leaked bearing the codename SM-P615, the product feels more like a budget product this time around, but it does appear pictured with a stylus next to it. In spite of sharing the name with the Tab S6, it’s going to be offering a more dumbed down experience compared to that device. For example it’ll include an Exynos 9611 CPU, also seen on the Galaxy A51. There’s also going to be 64 GB of storage inside, or 128 GB, plus 4 GB of RAM. The render shown here comes from Evan Blass, by the way, so it’s from a legit source.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite already cleared the FCC and NCC, plus it appeared in a benchmark, all of them signs that it’s incoming. We expect a 10.5 inch Super AMOLED Screen on board, quad speakers if Samsung didn’t cut them to two for the sake of the price and a single cam instead of the two from Tab S6. The waistline should be slim just as seen on the Tab S5e and Tab S6. The S Pen is very much going to be the one from the Tab S6, albeit not attached to a magnetic slot at the back, I think.

We expect the Tab S6 Lite to be announced in April at the latest and reach stores this summer.