Samsung launches Galaxy Tab S6 Lite in India, here’s how much it costs
Samsung had launched the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite in Europe and Indonesia two months ago. Last month, the tablet was launched in the Netherlands and the US. The company has now launched the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite in India, and it is available for pre-order through Amazon in the country.
The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is priced at INR 27,999 (around $370) for the 64GB variant with Wi-Fi only connectivity, while the variant with LTE is priced at INR 31,999 (around $423). It will be available in three colors: Angora Blue, Chiffon Pink, and Oxford Gray. The tablet will be available for pre-order starting today from Amazon.in and Samsung eStore.
The new tablet will be available for purchase in India starting June 17 from Samsung eStore, Samsung Opera Store, and other online retailers. Those who pre-book the device can also buy the Galaxy Buds+ for just INR 2,999 (worth INR 11,900) or the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite Book Cover for INR 2,500 (worth INR 4,999).
Galaxy Tab S6 Lite features, specifications
The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is a cut-down version of the Galaxy Tab S6. It sports a 10.4-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels and comes with an S Pen. The tablet features an aluminum body and a Gorilla Glass panel at the front. It runs Android 10 with One UI 2.0 and is equipped with the Exynos 9611 processor. It has 4GB RAM, 64GB storage space, and a microSD card slot.
It has a 5MP front-facing camera and an 8MP rear-facing camera, and both cameras can record 1080p 30fps videos. The tablet features AKG-tuned stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos audio. Connectivity features include GPS, Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.0, a USB 2.0 Type-C port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. It lacks a fingerprint reader, so you’ll have to rely on Face Unlock or other forms of authentication. A 7,040mAh battery powers the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite.
Samsung Kids, a feature on the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, allows set daily playtime allowances for kids. Parents can restrict access to certain apps and introduce their kids to a range of learning apps and games without compromising digital safety.
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