Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2024) is launched by Samsung this Monday (1st); check out the model details – Technology and Games

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Available in gray and pink, the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2024) was launched worldwide this Monday (1st) by Samsung and is now available in Brazil. With a 10.4-inch screen, the South Korean company’s tablet will be equipped with the S Pen.

The accessory can be used without having to unlock the tablet. Furthermore, as it has no battery and does not need to be charged, the pen is always available for use.

Developed to be compact, the tablet weighs 465 g in the Wi-Fi version or 467 g in the LTE2 version (which has a 4G connection). Regarding the battery, the tablet will have a capacity of 6,840 mAhpromising a duration of up to 14 hours of video playback.

The model is equipped with two cameras with 8MP and 5MP resolution on the back and front, respectively.

Regarding memory and storage, the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite (2024) will be sold with 4GB+64GB capacities. For members of the Samsung Student Portal, the new model will also be available exclusively with capacities of 4GB+128GB.

Model will be available with a protective cover | Photo: Samsung/Disclosure

In addition to the S Pen, the device will also be available with a protective cover, in the same color as the tablet, which will allow use at two angles to support the screen.

The version with 64 GB and Wi-Fi connectivity has a suggested price of R$2,499, while the 64 GB version with 4G connection, R$ 2,699. The exclusive model available to members of the Samsung Student Portal has a suggested price of R$2,799.

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