About a month ago, an unannounced Samsung tablet, bearing the model number SM-P615, was spotted on Geekbench. While the listing revealed the model number, it, unfortunately, didn’t mention the name of the tablet. Well, we have now spotted the SM-P615 on Bluetooth SIG’s Launch Studio, and it reveals that the name of the SM-P615 tablet is Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. According to the listing, the tablet has Bluetooth v5.0 and that is the only other piece of information it reveals.
Going by the name, the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite seems to be a trimmed-down and a more affordable variant of the Galaxy Tab S6, which made its debut in July last year. Thanks to the listing on Geekbench, we know that the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite will have an Exynos 9611 processor, Android 10 OS, and 4GB RAM. Expect the tablet to pack an IPS LCD display with fairly thin bezels, single front, and rear cameras, up to 128GB of storage, USB Type-C charging port, S-Pen and stereo speakers.
Android OS isn’t optimized for tablets and there aren’t many tablet-oriented applications in the Play Store. Therefore, Android tablets aren’t the best when it comes to productivity. Owing to this reason, the Android market is shrinking day by day. Still, there are quite a few people who desire to get an Android tablet. And Samsung is targeting exactly those people. Only time will tell how well the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite will perform in the market.