A close comparison is the 10.2-inch iPad with 32GB of storage, but it does not include the Apple Pencil. This in many eyes has made the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite Samsung the most logical choice over the competition. If you can’t find a tablet you like maybe it’ll just be easier to find a phone that can do the job from our Best Smartphone in 2020.
Why We Like It – Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is lighter in features and performance than the full-fledged Galaxy Tab S6, so in that sense it is a “lite” version. But the name does it a disservice as many reviews from verified purchases claiming “they never felt like anything was missing”.
Using the Android OS might lead you to believe it’s just another android tablet but according to one review Samsung Galaxy Tab is completely different from other android tablets with it’s note taking and rear camera being the person’s favorite aspects of the device.
The back has the rear camera that was mentioned above but we should also point out the Tab S6 Lite’s front camera much like the Samsung Galaxy A70. Unfortunately the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite dose need a wi fi connection to be most effective.
By comparison, the UMiDigi X Smartphone is half the size though with 128GB but it doesn’t include the high end pen stylus. As a productivity tool, the S Pen is great. You can write notes on the screen without unlocking the tablet or launch the Notes app or other pen-enabled tools from the onscreen Air command shortcut that appears when you hover the pen over the display. While not as cheap as the BLU G9 Pro the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite but the many functions of the later make up for the higher cost.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite Wrap Up
In the end, with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite you’re getting an all-around tablet that’s good for both entertainment and productivity. It might not replace a laptop but you can easily use it for classes, commuting and so much much more.
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