Samsung Might Refresh the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite this Year


Ever since the launch of the original model back in 2020, Samsung has certainly stuck to giving buyers a pretty decent tablet option with the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite. While it’s already gotten a refresh back in 2022 with a newer Snapdragon chipset inside, it looks like Samsung will be offering yet another new version this year.

As reported by the folks over at Winfuture, Samsung is expected to offer a 2024 variant of the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, with an Exynos 1280 chipset inside. The rest of the tablet’s hardware specs will remain the same, such as its cameras, 10-4-inch screen, and the overall design. The same 4GB of RAM and 64GB expandable memory configuration is also expected, as well as an LTE variant.

Why Samsung chose to go back to using an Exynos chipset is a mystery, as the Snapdragon variant of the Tab S6 Lite provided better performance and power efficiency overall. On one hand, this might be a cost-cutting measure on behalf of Samsung. For context, the Exynos 1280 is the same chip that was used in some of the Galaxy A-series phones a while back.

No launch date has been specified yet, although it’s strongly expected that Samsung might launch the “new” Tab S6 Lite within this year.

Source: Winfuture (DE)

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