Samsung just launched their Galaxy Tab S6 tablet ahead of its Unpacked event which takes place in New York on 7th August.
This is the latest from Samsung’s stylus-based big-screen tablets, it comes with a 10.5in WQXGA, 2560×1600, Super AMOLED display, which comes with a 287ppi pixel density and 16:10 aspect ratio for movie-watching fun. While it’s not true 4K, it can still record 4K videos and even playback 8K videos as well, which is downscaled by the screen at 30fps.
Similar to its premium mobile devices, AKG has tuned the four internal speakers and there’s also Dolby Atmos support as well. This will not be getting 3.5mm headphone jack anywhere.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 tablet measures 244.5 x 159.5 x 5.7mm, weighs 420g and comes in a choice of Mountain Gray, Cloud Blue and Rose Blush. There are 6GB and 8GB RAM versions with 128GB and 256GB of storage respectively. You also get a microSD card slot for a possible extra 1TB of storage.
It was designed for both work and entertainment, all thanks to the included Bluetooth-enabled S Pen stylus and software, which can convert your handwritten notes to Word and PDFs. The S Pen can also perform gesture controls called Air Actions as well as take selfies, shoot videos and control media playback. You can also use this tablet for sketching too with its 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity for different kinds of pencil and brush strokes.
To enhance the productivity, you also get a keyboard accessory and an improved version of the Samsung DeX software which allows you to dock the device with a monitor for a full PC-like experience based on its Android Pie OS. The 256-bit encryption Samsung Knox security will be enough to keep your files safe and sound.
You also get 7nm 64-bit octa-core processor at work with a 7,040mAh battery which will able to last 15 hours per charge. There are LTE and Wi-Fi versions of the Tab S6 and pricing or availability have yet to be announced.
You also get two microphones and a front facing 8MP camera, for video calls and facial recognition functions, and a twin rear camera set-up with wide-angle and ultra-wide angle lenses.