Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S6 Lite already went on sale in the US but its European launch is yet to officially take place. We’ve already seen its expected price which was rumored to start at €399 but now Roland Quandt is here to fill us in on the final pricing of Samsung’s mid-range tablet.
tidbit:— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) April 10, 2020
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite 64GB Wi-Fi: 379 Euro
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite 64GB 4G/LTE: 439 Euro
The Wi-Fi-only version with 64GB storage will cost €379 while the LTE model with the same storage capacity will go for €439. There’s still no clarity on when the actual launch date for Europe is taking place though.
The Tab S6 Lite comes with a 10.4-inch LCD of FHD+ resolution and support for Samsung’s S Pen stylus. The camera front is covered by a 5MP selfie cam while the back features a single 8MP shooter. Under the hood, we find the Exynos 9611 chipset with 4GB RAM. The battery is rated at 7,040 mAh.
I honestly don't know why would anyone spend 400$ on a tablet just for reading, at this price range it's usually for media consuming, which why most of these tablets are in 16:10 instead of the 4:3 aspect ratio more suitable for reading. And when I s...
Yes I know LCD isn't as good as sAMOLED, but at least it doesn't use PWM to regulate brightness, which is relaxing for a device destined for reading.