Samsung introduces the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 ahead of Unpacked

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Powered by the new Qualcomm 855 processor, Galaxy Tab S6 is optimized for faster, more powerful productivity and entertainment experiences.

The Samsung Unpacked event for the Galaxy Note10 in New York City is not far off and the company is making announcements ahead of it. The company has just announced the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Android tablet. While the announcement of a new Android tablet is probably not that exciting for many. There are a few people who still really love them.

This is part of the reason that Samsung continues to make products like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6. Of course, the company’s marketing team is on the job as it says the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 “enriches the mobile experience by enabling people to express their ideas and get more done on-the-go.”

“Today’s inspiration comes at a moment’s notice and creatives and professionals need a device able to keep up with insatiable imaginations while complementing their busy, on-the-go lifestyles,” said DJ Koh, President and CEO of IT & Mobile Communications Division at Samsung Electronics. “Galaxy Tab S6 enables consumers to unlock their creativity while delivering the top-quality productivity features and advanced technology they have come to expect from Samsung tablets.”

Samsung’s signature S Pen began as an instrument for writing and drawing, but it has evolved to become the ultimate creativity and productivity partner. Now with remote control functionality and wireless charging capabilities, the S Pen on Galaxy Tab S6 is an even more powerful tool for creating and getting things done. With built-in Bluetooth remote control features[1] including a gesture function called Air Action, the S Pen lets you intuitively take selfies and videos, or scroll through multimedia content or your creative portfolio, even when your tablet is out of reach. Best of all, it comes included right in the box.

Whether you are enjoying a new game or binge-watching your favorite TV show, Galaxy Tab S6 delivers an amazing viewing experience. Its 10.5” Super AMOLED display works in tandem with quad speakers tuned by AKG and Dolby Atmos to keep you completely immersed in the action. And with its compact 5.7mm slim body that is both lighter and more portable than ever, you can take your entertainment with you wherever you go.

Powered by the new Qualcomm 855 processor, Galaxy Tab S6 is optimized for faster, more powerful productivity and entertainment experiences.

Galaxy Tab S6 offers advanced camera features, including the first-ever dual camera with Ultra Wide Lens on a Samsung tablet. By taking advantage of a 123-degree field of view—as wide as the human eye—the Ultra Wide Lens allows users to capture the scenes and landscapes in front of them just as they see them. Meanwhile, the Neural Processing Unit provides optimum settings for whatever scene you’re currently shooting.

Samsung is also introducing advanced display technologies on Galaxy Tab S6 with our first ever On-screen fingerprint scanner on a tablet, so that accessing your tablet is more convenient than ever. It’s also more secure than ever with Samsung Knox, Samsung’s defense-grade security platform. Additionally, you can easily wake your Galaxy Tab S6 by tapping on the screen twice, allowing you to log in and start your day quickly.As a part of Samsung’s Galaxy Ecosystem, Galaxy Tab S6 allows you to manage your appliances with SmartThings and Bixby through voice commands.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Unpacked
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The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 comes in Mountain Gray, Cloud Blue, and Rose Blush colors. The Wi-Fi edition will be available to pre-order online at Samsung.com on August 23 and available in stores and online on September 6, starting at US$649.00. Consumers who pre-order or purchase the device before September 22 can get the Book Cover Keyboard at a 50% discount as part of a special promo offer. An LTE version will be available later this year.

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