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Leaked Galaxy Tab S6 renders show what we already know

It has been renders galore this week for upcoming Samsung products. We’re seeing leaked Galaxy Tab S6 renders today. The Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Watch Active 2 have already surfaced in this manner over the past few days.

These renders for Samsung’s new flagship tablet show what we already know to be true about the device. It takes a lot of cues from the Galaxy Tab S5e, which means there’s no 3.5mm headphone jack either, while also introducing a dual camera setup to the mix.

Galaxy Tab S6 renders have surfaced

We were the first to leak real live images of the Galaxy Tab S6 and also to confirm that this tablet won’t actually be called the Galaxy Tab S5. Samsung is skipping that to go straight to the Tab S6 branding. Our report mentioned that there’s going to be a dual camera and a groove at the back to which the S Pen would magnetically attach.

That’s what we get to see in these renders which show the S Pen magnetically attached at the back. The S Pen has been redesigned as well and doesn’t seem to have a metal ring like before. It will be color-matched with the tablet.

The dual camera system is hard to miss as well. Overall, the design doesn’t stray too far from the Galaxy Tab S5e with a metal construction which should be both thin and light. A keyboard cover accessory can be seen as well which would obviously be sold separately. The colors seen in these renders include blue, grey and pink.

Samsung’s new flagship tablet will feature a 10.5-inch display, Snapdragon 855 with 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage on the base model. There will be both Wi-Fi and LTE variants on offer. The company is likely going to launch the Galaxy Tab S6 alongside the Galaxy Note 10 on August 7 in New York City.

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locarno
locarno

Maybe they launch it before Unpacked event.

Hambone01
Hambone01

The cases with the spen on the back will be very interesting

kaoniao
kaoniao

no 3.5 jack then what the point of quads speaker with stereo sound plus atmos /dolby spec when most wireless earphone cannot compete with wired earphone whether in ear or over the ear type. definitely skipping this as omeled screen plus no jack make no sense as my tab are most for consuming movies and stuff rather than work

iceguyver
iceguyver

Why doesn’t Samsung just use to the same design as the Note series for storing the S-Pen?

drzeller
drzeller

That keyboard case is different. It almost looks like it may have an infinitely adjustable angle like a Surface Pro does.

Turbotomate
Turbotomate

It has a Trackpad, very nice.

RoadRunner99
RoadRunner99

No headphone jack LOL.

They couldn’t copy the iPad’s aspect ratio. Or its performance. Or its 120hz display. Or its software support window. No, they’re only imitating the worst from Apple.

Hard pass from me.

Hambone01
Hambone01

No one wants the ipads aspect ratio for watching movies, it will have the 855 which is the closest to apple yet, its Amoled not lcd, and yes it has dex for crying out loud which is literally more windows 10 than android

MStuart
MStuart

The iPad 11 is not 4:3. It’s pretty good for everything, unlike 16:10 which sucks for everything but movies. 16:10 is a joke for a so-called productivity tablet. What’s the point of Dex and a pen if you ruin things with a lousy form factor?

webergti
webergti

Most laptop and Pc monitors use 1920 X 1080 and even 4K aspect Ratio is 16×9 I know this is 16×10 but is close enough and 4×3 is good for reading books single apps at one time and for photos but if you put 16×10 on landscape and split the display in the middle you will end up with 2 mini almost 4×3 aspect ratio displays by the way gaming in a 4×3 suck

MStuart
MStuart

What people miss when using that argument is pretty obvious: a tablet is neither a TV or a computer monitor.

Apple realised that from the start, Microsoft and even Google eventually did as well, and even, even Samsung does when they make their Windows tablets 3:2.

You can argue then logically that Samsung only intend their Android tablets to be netflix machines… but why then Dex and pen features? The only conclusion is that it’s a product that just doesn’t make any sense and they don’t even know what their target market is.

raresborcea
raresborcea

And why is the camera flash gone again, as on the Tab S2? They will improve the sensors but will remove the flash. Interesting choice.

mada222
mada222

Where’s the flash