Samsung has been working on a new mid-range tablet for a while now. The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite has already been certified in Taiwan, as well as by the Bluetooth SIG. We’ve seen it in a leaked press render last month, but today it’s time for a bonanza of shots, alongside with all the spec details you might want.
The Tab S6 Lite is apparently going to have a 10.4-inch 2000×1200 LCD touchscreen with S Pen support, and the Exynos 9611 SoC under the hood. This chipset also powers a few of Samsung
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite leaked official renders
Moving on, the tablet will have an LTE version with GPS, and a Wi-Fi-only iteration with just NFC and Bluetooth taking care of connectivity. On the back, there’s an 8 MP camera, while a 5 MP snapper takes care of selfies. There’s no LED flash anywhere.
The battery is 7,040 mAh, and the S6 Lite charges it via USB-C. The tablet weighs 467g and has an aluminum frame and rear. The S Pen might be bundled with it in the box, and price-wise expect the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite to retail for 350 to 400 in the entry-level Wi-Fi-only version. The device will run Android 10 from day one.