Earlier this month, Samsung announced its new Galaxy Tab S6 Lite tablet, but fell short of saying when the tablet will be locally available. That time may be drawing near, especially since the tablet is now officially listed in the SIRIM database.
A quick search through the certification’s e-Comm database shows two tablets listed down under the model names SM-P615 and SM-P610. Another concurrent search on the internet shows leads the search to what seems appears to be the official webpage of the tablets in question. However, it should be noted that these pages are sparse and currently devoid of any details and content.
To recap, the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite features a 10.4-inch TFT panel and runs on the Exynos 9611 SoC that is used to power Samsung’s Galaxy A50s smartphone. Additional hardware includes 4GB RAM, 64GB of expandable storage, and Samsung’s S Pen that we now know will be included with each tablet at launch.
Judging from earlier images as well, we also understand that the S Pen will magnetically snap to one side of the tablet and that there will also be a special tablet casing with a special compartment for it. Lastly, the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite will come in both Wi-Fi and LTE variants, explaining why the SIRIM database lists down two devices. At the time of writing, we still don’t have local availability of pricing.