The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is the newest mid-range tablet that Samsung has launched in the Indian sub-continent. It is a cheaper variant of the regular tab. Let’s learn more about the tablet in our detailed review.
The expected price of the Galaxy S6 Lite in Nepal is Rs, 55,000. This makes it go head to head against the new iPad 10.2. However, the one thing that you get extra on the S6 Lite is the support for an S-Pen.
It has a 10.4- inch TFT panel with 2000 x 1200 pixels. Despite not being an AMOLED panel, the display is good and will not disappoint you. However, an AMOLED panel like its older sibling, the Galaxy S6 would have been nicer. However, this display will surely do the job too as it has good quality, brightness, and viewing angles.
Under the hood, the device packs the Exynos 9611 SoC. The performance, when compared to the iPad 10.2 with A10 chipset certainly lags behind though. The performance is further complemented by 4GB RAM and either 64GB or 128GB storage. Battery- wise, we have a 7040mAh battery that gives very good endurance.
But, one of the best things about the Samsung Tab S6 Lite is the dual speakers that are loud with good bass and overall balanced sound. This makes it a very good multimedia device.
Along with the speakers, the best part of the TabS6 Lite is the S-Pen that comes along. One can use it to draw, color, make doodles, sketches, take screenshots, write live messages, and a lot of other things. Especially for designers, this can be a really good device to hold on to. Also, doing zoom calls and other conferences can be an easy job with the Tab S6 Lite. Also, it can come really handy for teachers or managers who are required to demonstrate things in writing.
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