The South Korean tech giant Samsung is apparently working on newer models that will be launched under the Galaxy Tab S6 series. The company introduced its Galaxy Tab S6 Lite about two years ago and is reportedly planning to introduce a new variant of the device. Now, in a new development, the features of this upcoming tablet have been listed on a certification site. Let’s find out more.
New Details on Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
There have been reports of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite being spotted at several certification sites last week. Now it appears that the same device has been listed on the FCC certification website. According to a report, two variants of the tablet were previously listed at the Bluetooth SIG and one of these variants has now been spotted at FCC. The model number for the said device is SM-P613 and as confirmed in the listing the device comes with support for dual-band Wi-Fi.
Another key feature that has been confirmed by the FCC certification is the presence of an S-Pen. Moreover, the next tablet from the company will come with 15W charging technology. Apart from these features, nothing else has been revealed by the FCC listing, however, previous reports have given us some idea about several features and specs. It is believed that the new variant of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite will be powered by a 5G enabled Qualcomm Processor.
Based on the model number of the chipset that has been previously spotted, it is most likely going to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G which will be coupled with the Adreno 618 GPU. In addition to this, the latest tablet from Samsung is speculated to operate on Android 12 out of the box and the processor on the device will be coupled with 4GB of RAM. Notably, the support page for the upcoming variant of Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is already live in France and the official announcement of the tablet from the company might just be around the corner.