It’s pretty hard to get excited about something else Samsung may have planned for the next couple of months besides the Galaxy S7 duo, trio or quartet, especially if that something is yet another low-end Android tablet. Or two, or three, joined by a refreshed user interface for children.

Still, the Galaxy Tab E family must have garnered a decent amount of attention in the handful of markets 8 and 9.6-inch models were sold in last year, since the former recently expanded to Taiwan, and now rumor has it there’s a 7-incher in the pipeline as well.

A standard, low to mid-end Galaxy Tab E 7.0 version, reportedly, with such average specs in tow as a 1,280 x 800 pixels resolution display, 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, 1.5GB RAM, 8GB expandable storage, and even optional 4G LTE connectivity.

You may also receive a humbler Galaxy Tab E Lite variant before long, plus a Galaxy Tab E Kids Edition that will probably clone the Lite’s looks and features, adding a colorful protective cover in the mix, parental controls, and pre-loaded content carefully curated for the entertainment and education of your little ones.

Speaking of, the Kids Mode app, available for both children-oriented and general consumer products, should soon be upgraded to version 4.x, gaining “new and improved animations”, as well as “substantial” functionality enhancements that remain under wraps for the time being. Stay in touch… if you’re interested in those kinds of things.

Sources: Sam Mobile (1), (2)

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