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Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 will be the first tablet with 5G

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According to the latest leaks of Samsung, that company is developing a new version of its flagship tablet “Samsung Galaxy Tab S6” with support for the connection of the 5G(Fifth generation of  networks). The Galaxy Tab S6 will be the first tablet with a 5G connection.

These reports are based on the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth certificate credentials of a new Samsung tablet with the SM-T866N model number, and the “N” burn shown in the figure appears to be a South Korean version so far.

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5G networks are already available in the country of Samsung heavily, and the company was able to sell the Galaxy S10 5G well there, and the Galaxy Note 10 is also available in South Korea in the 5G version only and there is almost no version of 4G.

Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab S6 last July as the first tablet equipped with an HDR10 + display with a built-in fingerprint sensor, and with the 5G version will receive the flagship tablet new exclusive title.

For the other specifications, the Galaxy Tab S6 comes with a dual rear camera, another distinctive, 13-megapixel for the main lens along with a secondary lens “ultra-wide” wide-angle 123 degrees, and an 8-megapixel front camera.

There is support for the smart S Pen comes with the device inside the box, and has its own place in the body of the tablet, and S Pen here has the same functions of his brother on the Galaxy Note 9, where it can remote control to play media and take pictures and other tasks.

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The Galaxy Tab S6 relies on a large 7040mAh battery, while the S Pen uses a small 0.35mAh battery.

Finally, the 5G version may see some improvements and updates to these specifications, but we have not received more information yet.

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