Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Tab S6 Lite paid a visit to the North-American FCC. The product is listed with model number SM-P615 and as the name suggests is a lesser variant of the premium Galaxy Tab S6. The tabled already received Bluetooth SIG approval and paid a visit to NCC in Thailand back in the last week. The new tablet was also benchmarked on GeekBench bearing a similar model number.
The Tab S6 Lite is a trimmed-down version of the Tab S6, Samsung’s most powerful tablet. The Tab S6 carries an AMOLED display as well as a Snapdragon 865 chipset onboard. Samsung even announced a 5G version of the Galaxy Tab S6 last month. The S6 Lite isn’t a flagship model, but a mid-range one. According to GeekBench, it will boast an Exynos 9611 SoC instead of the Snapdragon 855. The device will also come with 4GB of RAM (the sibling ships with 6GB of RAM). For connectivity, the FCC listing confirms the presence of 4G/LTE connectivity. The earlier Bluetooth SIG certification had confirmed the presence of Bluetooth 5.0 on the device. The tab S6 Lite is also tipped to come with wireless charging support.
Unfortunately, details about the screen size are still unknown. According to rumors, the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite variant will retain the S Pen stylus used on the flagship version. We have to wait and see if more details will keep popping out in the coming days.