Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 3 is already one of the more budget-friendly tablets on the market—coming in at just $199 for the 7-inch model—but the company may be preparing to launch an even cheaper variant early next year. SamMobile reports that a Galaxy Tab 3 Lite could hit the market as soon as January 2014, citing an anonymous tipster.
The source didn’t have much to say about the new tablet, though. The device will allegedly cost just 100 Euros—making it the company’s cheapest Android slate ever—and come in both a “Cream White” colored Wi-Fi-only version and a more expensive “Ebony Black” 3G model. There’s no word on the device’s specs or screen size for now, though we imagine it will sport mid-range components and a 7-inch display if Samsung hopes to hit its rumored price point.
Earlier this week, SamMobile reported that the South Korean company is also working on a cheaper version of the Galaxy Note 3. Again, the details are scarce, but the alleged device is expected to come with an LCD display between 5.49 and 5.7 inches and an 8-megapixel camera. Last month, SamMobile also claimed a low-cost Galaxy Grand Lite was in the works for early 2014, suggesting that the tech titan may be preparing to flood the market with cheap devices starting next month.