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New kinds of learning with SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab S6 Lite

Samsung officially launches the new Galaxy Tab S6 Lite and is now available nationwide starting today.

New kinds of learning with SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
Turn ideas into action with the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite’s precise and ergonomic S Pen, which lets users write down notes and accomplish their tasks with ease. From writing notes, creating artwork, and developing presentations, learning can be done easier with the S Pen. The best part is that it is magnetically attached to the tablet, ready for use anytime and anywhere.

The tablet ensures the best learning experience without interruptions as it comes with a 10.4” WUXGA+ display, as well as dual speakers by Dolby Atmos and sound by AKG, that allow for an immersive viewing and listening experience in one compact companion. With these features that offer premium quality display and sound, focusing and immersing in education and inspirational videos is easier.

The Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is also seamlessly integrated with Samsung’s Galaxy ecosystem. With Call and Text Continuity support, conveniently answer calls and texts anywhere using the tablet. Learning also becomes more fun as the tablet comes with pre-installed Netflix and Spotify apps which provide access to a wide array of content.

Speaking of content, parents can rest easy as the tablet comes with Samsung Kids, providing children access to age-appropriate and family-friendly materials. Additionally, the tablet also lets users enjoy up to 4 months of FREE Youtube Premium.

Experience new kinds of learning at home with the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, now available nationwide! With a retail price of P26,990, the tablet comes in beautiful Angora Blue and Oxford Gray with a free book cover.

To know more about the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, visit samsung.com/ph/.

Topics: Galaxy Tab S6 Lite , Samsung , Dolby Atmos , Samsung Kids
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