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Samsung quietly launches Galaxy Tab S6 Lite tablet w/ S Pen, Android 10

There have been rumors for several weeks now that Samsung has been preparing to introduce a new Android tablet with a lower cost of entry than its flagship Galaxy Tab S6. Today, those rumors have been made official as Samsung quietly .

Just like was rumored, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite looks a lot like the company’s flagship tablet, but with a few cutbacks. For one, the display is a bit smaller at 10.4-inches and has a resolution of 2400×1200. It’s also not an OLED panel, instead using a more affordable TFT panel.

That display also supports input from an S Pen and, just like the regular Tab S6, one is included in the box. Notably, though, it looks like this is just a stylus S Pen, it doesn’t have a battery/Bluetooth for the air gestures that launched with Galaxy Note 10.

Under the hood, Samsung says the Lite offers a 1.7GHz octa-core processor (with 2.3GHz boost), but it’s not named. Presumably, though, it’s an Exynos processor. That processor is backed up by 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. There’s also a microSD card and a USB-C port for charging and data transfer. There’s a 7,040 mAh battery inside, too, which Samsung says should last around 12 hours.

A big pro compared to the regular Galaxy Tab S6? The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite has a headphone jack.

In terms of software, the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite offers up Android 10 and Samsung’s One UI 2.1 skin. DeX support is nowhere to be found, but otherwise this should be an identical experience to Samsung’s flagship tablet — for better or for worse.

How much does it all cost? Your guess is as good as ours. Samsung doesn’t detail pricing on this listing, though rumors have pinned it at around $400. Hopefully, a wider launch is right around the corner.

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Author: Ben Schoon.
Source: 9TO5Google

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