It may be Huawei’s time under the spotlight at the moment but that doesn’t mean there are no other new products that are coming out at the same time. Given its mid-range status, however, it’s not exactly surprising that Samsung didn’t make a big splash about the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite’s official reveal and introduction.
There’s no denying that the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is a mid-range tab but, to be honest, it doesn’t really fall that far from the Galaxy Tab S6 tree. The most telltale signs is its Quad core 2.3 GHz processor, probably an Exynos 9611, and its 4 GB of RAM and 64/128 GB of storage. The Galaxy Tab S6, in comparison, runs on a Snapdragon 855 with 6 GB of memory.
The 10.4-inch screen, not 10.5 inches like its more premium namesake, does boast of an odd 2000×1200 resolution that is plenty for Full HD content. The large 7,040 mAh battery also supports those video watching activities.
The tablet’s key features, however, really lies in its S Pen, which thankfully ships with the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite at no extra cost. There is no silo for it, however, the S Pen snaps magnetically onto the right side of the tablet, or to the Book Cover included in the box (LTE model only), making it easy to use without the concern of misplacing it. The LTE model will set you back R10 499 while the WiFi only model is R7 999.