[Poll Results!] Do you agree that Samsung’s next flagship tablet should be water-resistant?

A shortcoming we pointed out in our Galaxy Tab S6 review, we feel that it’s about time that Samsung’s flagship tablets had an IP rating for dust and water resistance. Many of its flagship and mid-range smartphones already do, but the same does not hold true for its tablets.

Wouldn’t you like to use your tablet when you’re mindlessly floating in the pool? Or to not have that fear of dropping it when you’re using it in the bath? You wouldn’t know how much you’ve missed having this feature on a tablet once you start to take advantage of its benefits.

That can only be possible if Samsung decides to opt for an IP certification for its next flagship tablet, which is currently in development and may be launched as the Galaxy Tab S7 or Galaxy Tab S20.

In addition to providing additional value to customers, this functionality will also enable Samsung to get a leg up on the competition. Tablets generally don’t have an IP rating and that holds true for the Apple iPad as well. If Samsung were to lead the charge with this, it just might give a lot of people a reason to pick up a flagship Galaxy tablet instead.

What do you think about this? Vote below and share your thoughts with us in the comments.

Poll results: 46% of respondents agree that Samsung’s next flagship tablet should be water-resistant. 33% agree with this as well but only if it doesn’t end up raising the price. 18% of the respondents feel that an IP rating doesn’t make sense for a tablet.

Do you agree that Samsung's next flagship tablet should be water-resistant?
  • Yes, absolutely! 46%, 357 votes
    357 votes 46%
    357 votes - 46% of all votes
  • Only if it doesn't end up being more expensive 33%, 262 votes
    262 votes 33%
    262 votes - 33% of all votes
  • No, it doesn't make sense for a tablet 18%, 138 votes
    138 votes 18%
    138 votes - 18% of all votes
  • Doesn't matter, tablets are dead anyway 3%, 27 votes
    27 votes 3%
    27 votes - 3% of all votes
Total Votes: 784
19 May 2020 - 17 June 2020
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