With Apple updating its much-loved Apple iPad portfolio with the powerful 2020 iPad Pro, Samsung is also making another move in the market by finally launching the much-rumoured Galaxy Tab S6 Lite.
Galaxy Tab S6 Lite Specifications
As we have evaluated through previous leaks, rumours and recently revealed teasers from Amazon, the spec-sheet of the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite comes out to be pretty decent. So, up at the front is a massive 10.4-inch LCD panel which gets a resolution of 2000×1200 pixels. Considering it as a ‘Lighter’ version of the costlier Galaxy Tab S6 which gets an AMOLED panel, the display on the Tab S6 Lite is good. The display also comes with an S-Pen support, which is great considering that Apple too has started to offer its ‘Pencil’ support in the cheaper iPad models.
Under the hood is an Exynos 9611 SoC which Samsung has made its consumers familiar to, through its mid-segment and budget devices. The chipset gets paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable storage. We get to choose between an LTE version with GPS or a Wi-Fi-only version which gets NFC and Bluetooth.
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Galaxy Tab S6 Lite camera includes a single 8MP camera at the back along with a 5MP lens at the front for selfies. Galaxy Tab S6 Lite battery includes a 7,040mAh cell which offers up to 12 hours of Internet usage. The highlight of the Tablet is the S Pen, which comes with a 0.7mm tip and weighs just 7.03 grams. Other features include Dolby Atmos 3D surround sound experience which is paired with dual speakers powered by AKG.
Galaxy Tab S6 Lite Pricing
Galaxy Tab S6 Lite launch price in India starts at Rs 31,999 for LTE version and Rs 27,999 for Wi-Fi version. It comes in Angora Blue, Chiffon Pink, and Oxford Gray colour options. Users can also avail Galaxy Tab S6 Lite Book Cover worth Rs. 4,999 at Rs. 2,500 or Galaxy Buds worth Rs. 11,900 at Rs. 2,999 of they opt for pre-booking (until June 16) the product.
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