I'm interested in purchasing a Galaxy S6 tablet with either 128GB or 256GB storage but am being confused at the different versions of this tablet sellers have on offer. In particular there seems to be a model described simply as Samsung Galaxy S6 tablet and another model usually described as Samsung Galaxy S6 LTE tablet. Just to further confuse the issue there are some sellers who describe there being also a model they call Samsung Galaxy S6 Lite tablet. Are the LTE and Lite the same model or different models - I wish sellers would agree? Nowhere can I find a straightforward explanation of what the difference is between all these. To add to the confusion between sellers, sometimes the LTE / Lite are shown as significantly more expensive than the straight Samsung Galaxy S6 tablet yet sometimes the prices are the other way around.
Can someone please tell me what are the differences between all these similarly names tablets in terms of features from a users point of view?
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OK, so here is an example of Amazon's offer:
I am interested in the different facilities offered to me as a potential user of the product that differentiates the different models. Whether I am a personal customer, business customer, government customer is of no relevance at all to my question. Please tell me what different user facility, or facilities, (regardless of what type of customer I might be) the LTE/Lite offers me as a user compared to the non LTE/Lite version of the Galaxy S6 tablet?
As you suggested, I went to the Samsung site and started a chat with a Samsung representative. Unfortunately I got even more confused when they told me the standard S6 tablet was no longer manufactured and the confusion continued when they didn't clarify the difference between the "discontinued" S6 and the Lite / LTE models. My questions remain: in particular what exactly is the difference between these models? It seems I have to put my Sherlock Holmes hat on to solve this puzzle. Is the Lite the same or different from LTE model and what are the differences between them and standard S6 in terms of individual features?
@WobSleptHere: Just to clarify, the Tab S6 LTE has mobile network capabilities if you insert a SIM, while the Tab S6 Lite is like the Tab S6, but with slightly scaled down specs. For instance you get 4K@30fps video recording capabilities on the Tab S6, versus FHD (1920 x 1080)@30fps on the Tab S6 Lite, and 8GB of RAM instead of 4GB. To check out the full specs for both devices, please check the links below.
Thanks, I'll take a look at your suggested links. I have a Samsung Galaxy A51 phone which I'm very happy with and had no problem with its specification when I bought it. That's why I now also interested in buy a Samsung tablet but wasn't aware how complicated it would be to choose a model. In principle I like the Galaxy S6 but unfortunately I feel Samsung has made choosing one difficult by giving slightly confusing different names to the models. For example I've found many sellers confuse me by not making it clear there's a distinction between LTE and Lite. Up to now I've assumed that all Galaxy S6 tablets with given names such as LTE, LiTE and Lite refer to the SAME model. Then some sellers talk about a Galaxy S6 tablet Wifi which suggests to me that possibly the plain Galaxy S6 tablet doesn't support Wifi. Then yesterday during online chat with Samsung "expert" she had significant difficulty answering my questions and, after keeping me waiting a long time, she told me that what she referred to as the Galaxy S6 tablet (without additional letters) is no longer manufactured. So which (if any) is the Galaxy S6 tab model no longer being manufactured by Samsung?