Samsung Announced Galaxy Tab S6, Starting at $649.99

Samsung has just officially released the flagship tablet, namely the Galaxy Tab S6. It is equipped with the Snapdragon 855 flagship processor and supports the screen fingerprint function.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Features

The Samsung Galaxy S6 tablet features a 10.5-inch Super AMOLED panel with a resolution of 2560 x 1600px and a 16:10 ratio. The four-speaker tuning is calibrated by AKG and supports Dolby Atmos. The Snapdragon 855 is supplemented with 6GB /128GB or 8GB/256GB memory options. Although the storage can be expanded through the MicroSD card slot.

This tablet also sports two cameras on the back. The main sensor has a 13MP resolution, while the secondary sensor is a 123-degree wide-angle camera. On the front, the tablet carries an 8-megapixel shooter. Samsung said it is also the first tablet with a super wide-angle camera.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 features a battery of 7040mAh capacity, while the S Pen has a battery capacity of only 0.35mAh. However, it can last for 10 hours. And, the S Pen can be fully charged in just 10 minutes in the slot. In terms of interface, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 has no headphone jack and uses a USB Type-C interface.

More about the S Pen, it can be used as a multimedia player or remote control when taking pictures. This is the same function as the S Pen on the Galaxy Note 9. In addition, the Tab S6 supports Samsung’s DeX function. With the keyboard case, it can be turned into a more efficient personal computer.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 To Be The First Tablet With Off-Screen Fingerprints

One of the most attractive features is the screen fingerprint. Thus, we are dealing with the first tablet with such functionality.

Price and availability

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 is available in mountain grey, cloud blue and rose red. The 6GB memory and 128GB storage version is priced at $649. The 8/256GB version is priced at $729. It will be available for purchase on September 6. The LTE version of the Tab S6 will be available later this year.

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