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Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite leak shows design and S-Pen stylus

28 February 2020 0

Samsung is widely rumored to be working on an affordable variant of the Galaxy Tab S6 tablet which is said to be called Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. And now, a new render leak shared by Android Headlines has revealed what the tablet would look like. It also confirms that even though it will be a cheaper version, it will still come with the S Pen stylus.

The overall appearance of the Lite version is similar to the standard model which is not at all surprising. The only noticeable difference is that the render shows relatively thicker bezels. It further shows an interface of some doodling app which is undoubtedly a hint at the S Pen capabilities that will come with the tablet. The good thing is that it is the newer S Pen that we have seen Samsung use with the newest Galaxy Note phablets.

The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is rumored to be powered by the Exynos 9611 processor paired with up to 4GB of RAM. There are expected to be two storage options: 64GB and 128GB. It is highly likely that both variants will also support microSD cards for storage expansion. It is reported that the exact storage option will be available depending on the region. There is currently no information regarding the display size and resolution.

The affordable tablet is reported to run One UI 2.1 based on Android 10 out of the box. This is pretty much what is known about the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. We will keep you posted as more information will become available.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite leak shows design and S-Pen stylus
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