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iPad Pro killer to come with 5G effectively winning tablet wars

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Oct 3, 2019, 12:38 pm IST
Updated Oct 3, 2019, 12:38 pm IST
Samsung is testing a 5G-enabled Galaxy Tab S6 which will be the world’s first 5G tablet.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 5G will be the world’s first 5G-enabled tablet.
 The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 5G will be the world’s first 5G-enabled tablet.

The 2019 Apple iPad Pro is expected to be announced this month and in all likelihood it will come with features that will be better than current rival offerings. However, the only brand that’s poised to beat it is Samsung and they already have the very capable Samsung Galaxy Tab S6. Now, if this wasn’t enough to crush the iPad Pro, then they are also preparing a 5G-enabled version of the high-spec’d device.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 5G will be the world’s first 5G-enabled tablet and it features the model number SM-T866N. This device has been spotted on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth certification listings and the ‘N’ has traditionally been associated with models destined for South Korea.

 

This move makes sense as Samsung’s home country is one of the few in the world to have active 5G networks and this year’s Galaxy S10 5G is doing pretty well there. Also, the Galaxy Note 10 handsets are only available in 5G options in South Korea.

The Samsung Tab S6 had another world’s first as it was the first tablet to be launched with an HDR10+ display.

The 2019 Apple iPad Pro is expected to be announced this month and in all likelihood it will come with features that will be better than current rival offerings. However, the only brand that’s poised to beat it is Samsung and they already have the very capable Samsung Galaxy Tab S6. Now, if this wasn’t enough to crush the iPad Pro, then they are also preparing a 5G-enabled version of the high-spec’d device.

 

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 5G will be the world’s first 5G-enabled tablet and it features the model number SM-T866N. This device has been spotted on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth certification listings and the ‘N’ has traditionally been associated with models destined for South Korea.

This move makes sense as Samsung’s home country is one of the few in the world to have active 5G networks and this year’s Galaxy S10 5G is doing pretty well there. Also, the Galaxy Note 10 handsets are only available in 5G options in South Korea.

 

The Samsung Tab S6 had another world’s first as it was the first tablet to be launched with an HDR10+ display.

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