Samsung launched two new Android tablets this week, but one is a budget model with entry-level specs, while the other is a cheaper alternative to last year’s Galaxy Tab S7.

Wondering what to expect from the company’s next high-end tablet? Details point to a trio of models including an 11 inch version with a 120 Hz LCD display and 12.4 inch and 14.6 inch models with 120 Hz OLED screens.

Elsewhere in leak land, it looks like Qualcomm is continuing its trend of releasing “Plus” models of its latest flagship chips by tweaking the frequency of the highest-performance CPU core.

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  1. I’ve got the current 256gb version of the 11 inch Galaxy Tab 7. Other than a faster chip, there’s not much of an incentive here for me to upgrade to if the leaks are true. No OLED on the 11 inch, weight is about the same. I’m running 8GB’s. New one hits 12. Pretty much the same screen and 4 speakers. Same watt charging ability. I’d need to go up to the larger plus to get the better screen, but I could have done that with the previous version as well. I just found the larger plus size less portable, so the 11 inch with the keyboard, even if it’s LCD, it’s still a damn good one. The smaller size version is a better fit for my lifestyle. Too bad. Would have considered an upgrade If the S8 tab 11 inch came with OLED this year.

  2. Geez, how many SKUs are going to be in the Samsung Tab lineup? 3 models, each of them with 2 different RAM/storage options, and then Wifi, LTE, and 5G variants.

    Of course, there won’t be every possible variation available.