Samsung to launch the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, another mid-range Android tablet
The Galaxy Tab S6 impressed us when we reviewed it last year, not least because of its good battery life, its solid build quality and its decent performance. Now, it seems that Samsung is planning to release a Lite version, possibly alongside a new Galaxy Tab A. Spotted on Geekbench and the Google Play Console, the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is powered by an Exynos 9611, rather than the Snapdragon 855 that Samsung included in the Galaxy Tab S6.
Codenamed the SM-P615, the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite has 3.5 GB of RAM, although Android Headlines believes that the tablet will actually have 4 GB, instead. Additionally, the website asserts that Samsung will include 64 GB or 128 GB of storage. Android Headlines has offered no evidence for this, though.
Elsewhere, the Google Play Console reports that the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite has a 1,200 x 1,000 display with a pixel density of 280 PPI. However, we suspect that this is false as these values would represent a 5.58-inch display.
The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is pictured with an S Pen, albeit not the same one that Samsung includes with the Galaxy Tab S6. Pricing and availability remain unknown for the time being, but expect the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite to ship with One UI 2.1.