Galaxy Tab S6 Lite passes through NCC in Thailand


Galaxy Tab S6

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S6 is definitively one of the most appealing tablets in the market right now. However, it’s quite expensive. Some people would love to buy a large device of this kind, but can’t pay the asked price. Samsung is pretty aware of that, and for that reason, is preparing a Galaxy Tab S6 Lite variant.

We already saw this device through a couple of renders and there’s even a certification entry. Now, the device appeared in Thailand’s NCC certification database, matching the previously spotted SM-P615 model number. Unfortunately, the listing doesn’t include images or key specs. It confirms the tablet’s 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connectivity.

Recently, a listing from the Bluetooth SIG certification agency revealed the tablet will also integrate Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. The popular benchmark platform, GeekBench, revealed an Exynos 9611 chip under the hood along with 4GB of RAM. The device runs Android 10 straight out the box and we expect to see One UI 2.0 running atop. Of course, Samsung will provide some features that are exclusive for tablets, improving the overall software experience.

The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite will also include a S-pen Stylus with 64GB and 128GB storage configurations. There’s still no word pointing to a launch date. However, it may take much longer, considering all the details that are popping out.

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