Samsung formally took the wraps off of its Galaxy Tab S6 pill on Wednesday morning, verifying that the dozens of escapes which had made their way online in the months and weeks prior. It’s worth noting that this is not a direct but rather the company’s latest tabletcomputer, complete with substantial hardware upgrades and specifications.
The new 2019 tablet retains the exact same 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display of the Tab S4 as well, although the battery capacity has dropped slightly from 7,300 mAh to 7,040 mAh. The good thing is the Tab S6 is over 10% lighter than its predecessor.
As for the hardware updates, the most instantly apparent shift is your dual-camera system that Samsung has added to the back of the apparatus. In addition to a typical 13-megapixel camera, Samsung has installed a Ultra Wide camera with a field of view.
Those who do will be pleased to see Samsung’s dedication for this niche market, although I’m unsure how many men and women are using their tablets as cameras.
Another way in which the Galaxy Interface S6 is catching up with all the Galaxy S lines would be that the addition of an optical in-display fingerprint scanner. This is a major boost for the security of device, and should be a welcome addition last 34, when it was excised from the Tab S4, for those who missed the fingerprint sensor.
Those are two of the highlights, however there are plenty of changes to this year’s model worth noting. For example, the redesigned S Pen matches that of the Galaxy Note 9, including remote control features, wireless charging around ten hours of battery life, and capacities of charging after just ten minutes. Samsung has improved the computer keyboard as well as the DeX desktop program, which has a touchpad of its own.
Samsung’s Galaxy S10 will soon be on September 6th starting at $649. Preorders will begin on August 23rd, and the tablet will arrive from Mountain Gray, Cloud Blue, and Rose Blush colours.