Samsung may soon launch an all-new 'Tab M' line of budget Android tablets
What you need to know
- A new report claims Samsung could launch its first Galaxy M series tablet early next year.
- Samsung introduced the Galaxy M series in 2019 to take on Chinese rivals in the budget smartphone segment.
- The first Galaxy M series tablet is rumored to be called the Galaxy Tab M62.
Last month, a report had claimed that Samsung was working on a new Galaxy M series phone called the Galaxy M62 with "high-end" specs. If a new report from 91Mobiles is to be believed, the Galaxy M62 is not a phone but a "compact" tablet.
Samsung's Galaxy M series, which was introduced last year, currently includes just smartphones. However, that could change early next year. As per 91Mobiles, the Galaxy M62 is likely to be positioned below Samsung's Galaxy Tab A series line, which means it might be a lot more affordable than the best Samsung tablets. While the specs of the device haven't been revealed yet, the report suggests it will be a "compact tablet."
In addition to expanding its Galaxy M series lineup, Samsung is also tipped to resurrect the Galaxy E series next year. The first new Galaxy series phone from Samsung is expected to be the Galaxy E62, which was rumored to launch as the Galaxy F62. Mass production of the phone has apparently started already, so it could be formally unveiled very soon.
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I mean, is TabM going to use snapdragon 4xx, TabA 6xx and TabS 8xx cpus (or exynos equivalent)?
Kind of silly. Just stick with two or even one line, support it and price it accordingly.