Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite Review – Is it As Good As the iPad?
One of this year’s hottest new Android tablets is the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, a stripped down version of last year’s popular Tab S6 model which hailed as the ultimate Android tablet. There is plenty about this tablet which works very well, in particular the solid glass and metallic body work which magnetically connect the S Pen to the screen. The tablet has a nice, flat back that curves slightly towards the bottom, providing a nice comfortable feel to hold.
One of my favorite features of this tablet is its built-in S Pen, which is extremely convenient if you need to take note of quick notes or write something down for a review. The S Pen allows you to do a variety of functions such as inputting text and saving pictures. In addition to all of those features, it also comes with a high-end stylus which acts much like a mouse. It’s quite accurate and can be used like a real pen, so you get all of those things without having to purchase a separate one for each one. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 lite comes with a USB-C charging port, but you can also use a USB-P one for a smaller fee.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 lite has a large display that produces bright, crisp images. However, it does have a lower resolution than some of its competitors which makes it less powerful than many of its competitors. It also has less sharp bezels around the screen, as most of them are already pretty thin. On the plus side, the screen is big enough to be a beautiful viewing device.
One of the first ways that Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 lite differs from other tablets is in the way that it utilizes the front camera on its tablet body. Instead of using the camera lens itself for taking pictures and videos, the front camera uses an infrared LED. This allows the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 lite to act as a miniature tablet PC. If you are familiar with portrait mode on smartphones, you will see a similarity here. This enables the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 to allow the user to open multiple apps at once, launch a new URL in the default browser, or do virtually anything that a standard PC can. On this device, everything is done right on the tablet, as opposed to having to perform these tasks in your phone.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 lite does not have many features compared to other tablets in the Samsung Galaxy Tab family. For example, it does not have a stylus, nor does it support any pen interface. It also has a full QWERTY keyboard, instead of the touch screen option. Touch screen tablet PCs like the iPad and the Kindle Fire are quickly becoming extinct. On the other hand, the Galaxy Tab S6 is still offered with a physical QWERTY keyboard, as opposed to one with only a touch screen. Even though the physical keyboard is a bit more convenient, it is not considered to be a replacement for the touch screen.
The Galaxy Tab S6 lite also differs from other Samsung tablets in the way that it uses Samsung’s KKORE application store. This application store offers a variety of games, utilities, and other features specifically designed to help users use their Samsung tablets more efficiently. For example, the KORE application can automatically load a variety of Samsung-approved apps when you need them. This helps you save time when it comes to navigating through different applications on your tablet.
Even though there are some apps that have been cut from the original versions of Samsung tablets, the Galaxy Tab S6 lite is still capable of running most of the original apps available on other Samsung models. There are, however, a few notable apps that have been removed from this version of Samsung’s tablet. A couple of productivity apps were found to cause quite a few issues on this tablet, such as clashing keys and the inability to switch between apps. Some Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 lite users have also noted a slight delay when launching certain programs, such as Microsoft Office. Fortunately, most of these problems have been fixed in the latest Samsung versions of their apps.
Overall, the Galaxy Tab S6 comes with a very nice screen and a very easy to use pen interface. If you are looking for an excellent alternative to the iPad or the Kindle Fire, the Galaxy Tab S6 is an excellent choice. It runs many of the same programs that the iPad and Kindle Fire can run, but has a smaller, sleeker design that makes it easier to work with than its competitors. The small size also makes it more convenient to slip into your pocket or purse.