The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite has appeared in yet another premature listing, confirming its incoming arrival to the United States. Samsung’s upcoming mid-range tablet has been making the rounds recently so it won’t be long before the tablet is officially launched.
Samsung was already expected to price its new mid-range tablet rather competitively, whereas the slate itself already got prematurely listed on German Amazon several days back.
Galaxy Tab S6 Lite’s chipset remains a point of contention
B&H has now followed suit, listing the device with a $350 price tag and a “coming soon” label. That figure is over $100 lower than the aforementioned Amazon one, though the difference isn’t significant when accounting for the fact B&H has no VAT to add to the MSRP, and has only listed a Wi-Fi version of the slate. For reference, one previous leak suggested that the base price of the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite in Europe will stand at €399.
The newly spotted liating also introduce some confusion regarding the system-on-chip inside the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. Whereas previous reports suggested the Exynos 9611 will be part of the package, today’s listing mentions the Exynos 9610. It’s possible that this may have just been a placeholder for the B&H website listing, we’ll get to know for sure once the device actually launches.
Following certifications from Bluetooth SIG, as well as telecom authorities in the U.S. and Taiwan, the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite should be hitting the market sooner rather than later. According to previous reports, the tablet will sport a 10.4-inch FHD+ display and come in 4GB/64GB and 6GB/128GB memory configurations, both of which will make use of a 7,040mAh battery.