Samsung isn’t content with just launching the Galaxy Tab S8 series this year and wants more out of its tablet segment. It’s no wonder that no less than 5 new tablets have leaked today, or better said 5 new codenames for Samsung tablets. These are all midrange models and here are the codenames: SM-P613, SM-P619, SM-T630, SM-T636B and SM-T503.
The SM-P613 and SM-P619 devices were confirmed by an official support page at Samsung France. The latter was also mentioned at the GCF (Global Certification Forum), Bluetooth authority and also benchmarks like GeekBench and HTML5test. The benchmarks have shown it uses Android 12, 4 GB of RAM and an octa core processor, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G. Interestingly, this name has been liked with the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, instead of a Tab S7 Lite or Tab S8 Lite.
We may even end up seeing a Tab S6 Lite (2022), according to the source. By the way, the Tab S6 Lite had the codename SM-P610. Int he meantime there’s a tablet appearing under two codenames: SM-T630 and SM-T636B. The first one is a Wi-Fi unit and the second a 5G model. These two could be turned into a smaller Galaxy Tab S7 FE, replacing the 12.4 inch screen with an 11 inch panel. It’ll definitely receive a midrange set of specs and a stylus, that’s my guess.
There’s also a new Galaxy Tab A7 Lite in the works, codename SM-T503, but zero details have been unveiled so far. Expect last gen Snapdragon CPUs, maybe some Exynos or Unisoc here and there on the more affordable models.