Samsung reveals the price of the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, unveiled three days ago

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Samsung reveals the price of the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, unveiled three days ago

Samsung has finally revealed the pricing for the updated Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2024), which was unveiled last week, making it a tempting option for budget tablet users. The 64GB Wi-Fi only model starts at £349 (~$441), which is significantly cheaper than many of its mid-range competitors. If you need a little more storage space, the 128GB version bumps the price up to £379 (~$479). Both models are currently available in gray color only.

However, don’t be fooled by the budget price. The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2024) is packed with features and capabilities. The centerpiece is a large 10.4-inch LCD display with a resolution of 2000 x 1200 pixels. While some high-end tablets boast OLED screens, the LCD technology here delivers crisp images and vibrant colors, perfect for watching movies, browsing the web, or playing games. Borders are kept to a minimum, maximizing the screen area on this compact tablet.

While more RAM may be needed for multitasking powerhouses, the 4GB of RAM included with the Tab S6 Lite will handle most everyday tasks with ease. Need more storage for your photos, videos, and apps? No problem. The microSD slot allows you to expand your storage up to 1 TB, making it a great choice for students, artists, or anyone who needs to carry a lot of digital files with them at all times.

Perhaps the most attractive aspect of the Tab S6 Lite is the S Pen stylus. The company claims that the pressure-sensitive pen feels natural in the hand and allows you to take notes, draw or edit documents with precision. Whether you’re a student taking notes on lectures, an artist unleashing your creativity, or a professional making quick edits on the go, the S Pen significantly extends the functionality of your tablet. In addition, the magnetic holder on the tablet ensures that you won’t lose your S Pen.

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