After the announcement of the mid-range Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e in February, everyone is expecting a high-end Tab S5 to finally follow in the footsteps of the 10.5-inch Snapdragon 670 and the Galaxy Tab S4 from 10.5 based on the year previous one.
But it seems that Samsung will miss a number in its Android premium brand scheme, which plans to launch a Galaxy Tab S6 soon instead of a Tab S5. We already know how this will look from the outside, thanks to a series of photos published by the people of SamMobile, and now 91mobiles helps to complete some of the empty spaces in the original report related to the specifications and characteristics of the next tablet.
The First Tablet With An In-Display Fingerprint Sensor
As Galaxy Tab S4 is equipped with an iris scanner along with a facial recognition method that cannot exactly compete with Apple’s Apple iPad 2018 generation in terms of security and authentication reliability, Tab S5e is compatible with a fingerprint reader digital old fingerprints, located on one of its sides, as in the Galaxy S10e.
Although this does the job with satisfactory precision and speed, it is not equipped with very modern technology. Now it is said that the elegant Galaxy Tab S6 adopts an elegant fingerprint recognition mechanism on the screen that will be essentially invisible to the naked eye. This would eliminate the hassle of reaching a biometric sensor mounted sideways in a somewhat awkward position while helping to substantially reduce the size of screen bevels compared to a device that houses a fingerprint scanner front-mounted.
On the other hand, this technology is certainly not simply particularly good in terms of speed and reliability, despite Samsung’s continued efforts to make improvements in the Galaxy S10 and S10 +. We hope that the Galaxy Tab S6 will integrate a more recent and stable generation of Qualcomm’s ultrasonic product of fingerprint authentication.
Galaxy Tab S6 Specs
Perhaps the most surprising part till now is the rumor of dual shooter. This is very unusual for a tablet function, and at first, we didn’t know what to expect, speculating with the second image sensor on the back of the Galaxy Tab S6 could be a question of ToF (flight time) equipped with futuristic technology. Features such as real-time 3D monitoring. Although, this is not the case, as Samsung aims to combine the 13-megapixel main camera on this card with a 5-megapixel wide-angle lens.
Obviously, the old question remains valid: who shoots with 10-inch readers when smaller and more capable devices are constantly within everyone’s reach? Does the Galaxy Tab S6 appeal to an audience of non-smartphone users? If so, you might be a little disappointed to hear that the new tablet is set to retain the exclusive 8 MP front snap of the Tab S5e and Galaxy Tab S4.
Technically, nothing is still registered and you can probably bet on the Galaxy Tab S6 with a latest-generation Snapdragon 855 processor and internal memory of 128 and 256 GB, microSD support for easy expansion with up to 512 additional gigs, at least 6 GB of RAM, a 10.5-inch Super AMOLED panel with very thin frames, quad speakers with AKG tuning, supports DEX an optional keyboard and a completely new “S Pen“.
The renewed stylus sounds like one of the most exciting potential outlets, it is magnetically attached to the back of the board to load and hides a series of ingenious Bluetooth-enabled tricks up its sleeve, including the ability to pause and skip videos without the user having to interact directly with the S6 card. The high-end tablet, which should be presented throughout the Galaxy Note 10 next month, is expected to be cheap, although we prefer not to venture into any price conjecture at this time.
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