Samsung has officially announced that they are planning to roll out there latest tab in the market Galaxy Tab S6, a high-end Android tablet that’s designed to tackle both of the requirements (entertainment needs & productivity work) of the user. That must sound very familiar to you because the same feature is pitched by Apple’s iPad Pro and Microsoft’s Surface Pro. New Samsung S6 Tab supports pen input (a stylus is included in the box) and can be attached with the optional keyboard as well.
The sale will start from Sept.06 for $649, Samsung Tab S6 will be available with two different configurations
- 128GB of storage and 6GB of RAM ($649)
- 256GB of storage and 8GB of RAM ($729)
As per the company promise, The LTE version of the Tab S6 will be available at the end of this year.
The Samsung Tab S6 sits at the top of Samsung’s current Android tablet series if compared with the low-end Galaxy Tab A followed by the mid-range Tab S5e that were launched in the starting of this year. The company keeps a separate line of the tablets that run Windows 10. This Tab also includes facial recognition login system as well as an in-screen optical fingerprint scanner
The overall thickness and weight of Samsung Tab S6 are trimmed down to 5.7mm thick and 420 grams. The enhanced four speakers two on each side held in the landscape along with the edge display. This tab is configured with Snapdragon 855 processor and 7,040 mAh battery that will help to use the tab for 15 hours as per promised by the company.
The S pen stylus has a remote-control feature likewise the pen that comes with the Galaxy Note 9 smartphone, with the ability to use and edit advanced PowerPoint slides. There are also new gestures for scrolling through media and different functions while handling the pen. Note 10 will also be launched with the same gestures.
Talking about the software and other configurations, Samsung Tab S6 comes with Android 9 Pir with version 1.5 OneUI interface, and also supports DeX interface, which enables more desktop-like experience while using the tablet with keyboard.
The keyboard attachment has a function key to start DeX quickly. By using Tab S6’s USB Type-C port, DeX can be outputted to an outer display.
Every feature of the Samsung Tab S6 has a closer comparison with the recently launched iPad Air and iPad Pro.
But the Air starts at a more economical price and has a much more developed operating system and apps than the Tab S6. But with the most high-end tabs of Samsung, it’s hard to remember anyone competitor against Apple’s option.
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