Galaxy Tab S6: Samsung skips a number for the next flagship tablet


According to a leaked photo, the tablet will have dual cameras, something you'd be hard-pressed to find in any tablet (outside the Project Tango one). The Tab S5 would be the successor to the Tab S4, a tablet with an attachable keyboard that allows it to function like a laptop. It has been a while since Samsung introduced a flagship tablet and it appears that they are skipping the Galaxy Tab S5 and they are jumping straight to the Galaxy Tab S6.

Galaxy Tab S6 could be the name of the heir of the Galaxy Tab S4.

Not only can we confirm that Samsung's next flagship tablet is called the Galaxy Tab S6, we also hear that it will indeed tout the Snapdragon 855 processor. SamMobile says Samsung will forgo the 64GB storage option and start at 128GB, but a 256GB model will be available as well. An earlier Geekbench listing revealed that the tablet will have 6GB of RAM and run Android 9 Pie. The Galaxy Tab S6 will also come with its very own stylus much like its predecessor.

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Samsung today introduced a rather interesting version of its updated model of the tablet Galaxy Tab A, 2019, which is something really unusual for Samsung - first of all, the fact that the model is intended as a relatively low-priced solution for the widest possible number of potential buyers.

The weird thing is that Samsung's original Watch Active is not even six months old yet, so we believe these features may actually be for the Galaxy Watch 2. There's also going to be a groove at the back where the S Pen will attach magnetically and charge.

Last May we had the first information on the new tablet from Samsung, with the code names SM-T860 and SM-T865 respectively for the Wi-Fi and LTE variants. Both watches are smaller than the Samsung Galaxy Watch (46mm).