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Samsung keeps Android tablets alive with Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

The Lite tablet is a budget alternative to the Galaxy Tab S6 that makes use of the S Pen.

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Galaxy Tab 6 Lite

A new Android tablet is coming. 


Samsung released its Galaxy Tab S6 last October to glowing reviews. For those who don't want to spend more than $700 for an Android tablet, the tech giant has a "lite" version on the way. 

The new Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, announced by Samsung on Thursday, features a 10.4-inch screen with 2000×1200 resolution, which is a step down from the Galaxy Tab S6. It will also include an S Pen stylus. 

Powering the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is a "Quad core 2.3GHz + Quad core 1.7GHz," although there were no specifics provided on the processor itself. The tablet will also have 4GB of RAM, 64GB or 128GB of storage, and a 7,040 mAh battery. 

Samsung didn't provide a release date for the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite or a price. 

Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite specs.