Last fall, when Apple launched Apple's iPad Pro 2018 models, Apple introduced the world's first tablets to feature 3D face recognition cameras, which were not available on other tablets. But Samsung will challenge Apple's tablets with its new hardware, which should also offer some new features.
The flagship camera will feature a dual lens camera on the back, announced a leak a few days ago, which has not been seen on other tablets. And that's not the only thing on the shelf, according to a new report.
The Galaxy Tab S6 will also have an integrated fingerprint sensor, 91Mobiles' sources revealed.
Samsung was not the first company to launch smartphones with on-screen fingerprint sensors, but finally came up with a more sophisticated method. The sensor under the Galaxy S10's display reads fingerprints using ultrasound rather than direct lines of sight.
It is unclear whether the tablet will have an ultrasonic fingerprint sensor or an optical sensor. The latter would be the cheapest option, but the S6 tab is supposed to be a high-end Android tablet, which means it will be more expensive than its competitors. And Samsung might want to incorporate the best available technology into a device capable of competing directly with the iPad.
The tablet is supposed to contain an OLED screen rather than an LCD screen, which should give it an added advantage over its competitors. 91Mobiles The tablet will also feature the same Snapdragon 855 processor as that offered by this year's flagship Android smartphones, as well as 6GB or 8GB of RAM. In terms of storage, the tablet comes in three versions, including 128 GB, 256 GB and 512 GB, with support for the microSD card.
As for the cameras, the tablet will feature a 13-megapixel main camera and an ultra-wide 5-megapixel lens on the back, with an 8-megapixel sensor placed at the front. The above image, leaked a few days ago, shows the so-called design of the Galaxy Tab S6 camera. Finally, the Galaxy Tab S6 will feature four AKG tuned speakers and offer a 15 hour battery life, as well as fast support.
The tablet will come with Samsung DeX support that allows you to turn the S6 tab into a full desktop by connecting it to a monitor and keyboard, as well as a S Pen pen that magnetically attaches to the tablet. Bixby support is also included, as well as the ability to sync calls and messages between your tablet and your phone. The tablet will also allow you to control smart home products connected via the SmartThings integrated application.
We do not know how much the S6 tab will cost and when it will be launched, but in view of all these new leaks, it is not surprising to see it appear at Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 event in early August.