The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 with Wi-Fi version will be available on September 6 in the US starting at $649 for the 6GB/128GB model and $729 for the 8GB/256GB model with the S Pen included. It will come in three colours: "Cloud Blue, Rose Blush and Mountain Gray and its display will be 10.5" WQXGA Super AMOLED (1600×2560) with 287 ppi. But, according to leaks, under armor version will be only available for Bluetooth variant. It is no doubt that the 5G variant will cost even more as evident by the release of Galaxy S10 and its 5G variant. Pre-orders begin on August 23rd and the tablets come with 50% off the Book Cover Keyboard if you purchase it before September 22.
The S-Pen was nowhere to be seen in the final renders, though.
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Samsung Electronics has reported that its operating profit in its second quarter has folded pretty much like its troubled Galaxy Fold device - in half. The only new feature, though, is the in-display fingerprint sensor. Some information has been revealed including the 25W fast charging. Also, the pen will automatically start charging immediately as it is attached. This S-Pen offers the same functionalities as the S-Pen in the Galaxy Note 9.
On the inside, rumors and leaks have suggested that the Galaxy Note 10 series will ship with either an in-house Exynos 9825 SoC or a Qualcomm-built Snapdragon 855 or 855 Plus. The vertically aligned dual cameras will be comprised of a 13MP Ultra Wide Camera and a 5MP Wide Camera. Each will come with Android 9 Pie and a variant of Samsung's OneUI but will nearly certainly be updated to Android Q once that becomes available. It has an 8MP (f/2.0) snapper on the front for selfies and video conferencing. There's a DeX mode, which enables you to have a desktop-like setup on an external monitor when you connect an external display to the Tab S6 through its USB Type-C port. That being said, the tablet offers a quad-speaker set up in a stereo configuration, which should make up for the lack of audio jack.