Samsung is reportedly getting ready to introduce new members of its Galaxy Tab E family, including a 7-inch model. Last year, the company released two Galaxy Tab E slates: one with a 9.6-inch display (sold by Verizon), and one with an 8-inch display (available from US Cellular). This year, according to information revealed on Twitter, we could see a Galaxy Tab E 7.0, a Galaxy Tab E Lite, and a Galaxy Tab E Kids.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab E 7.0 should have two versions: a Wi-Fi only one (model number SM-T280), and a 4G LTE one (model number SM-T285). Both are expected to offer 7-inch displays with 800 x 1280 pixels, quad-core 1.3 GHz processors, 1.5 GB of RAM, and 8 GB of internal memory. Obviously, these will be affordable tablets, just like the Tab E models released last year. Hopefully, the two devices will run Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box.
There's no word on exactly what the Galaxy Tab E Lite and Galaxy Tab E Kids will bring. However, they will likely have similar features, with the Kids variant probably coming with a protective cover, plus pre-loaded software for children (similar to the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids from 2013).
source: Twitter via Sam Mobile