The Galaxy Tab S6 will be available soon with 5G, possibly making it the first tablet with better connectivity. The Galaxy Tab S6 5G is identified as coming soon on Samsung’s Korean website as noticed by SamMobile.
The company runs a new promotion in its home country where it offers discounts and freebies on sales of various products, and the Galaxy Tab S6 5G is listed on the Samsung Korea website as soon as it arrives on the landing page of the sale.
Although the company has not yet officially announced the device. Apart from the new 5G definition at the end of the label, there is no detail about how much it will cost or any of its specifications. There is no timetable for its publication as well.
The tablet has been rumored since it passed through the Wi-Fi Alliance and Bluetooth SIG. The tablet’s 5G version may be substantially the same as the Tab S6 released only in September.
That tablet includes the Snapdragon 855 processor, which makes 5G possible as long as its additional Qualcomm chips are paired. Huawei is also reportedly working on a 5G tablet, but for that release, we don’t have a timeline either.
As compared to the Original Samsung Tab 6, the tablet with 5G Network must be able to do more than just be a personal video player to justify the cost and existence of the new Samsung Tab S6. It must also be able to be a productivity machine, which is something that can be used to get real work done.
“Despite its magnificent display, sleek design, and fast performance, due to frustrating software features and numerous bugs, it falls short. Whether 5G can help is unclear.
It was in October that Samsung was first revealed to be working on a 5G version of its latest flagship tablet. The tablet was granted a Bluetooth certification and also approval by the National Radio Agency in Korea, bearing model number SM-T866N, making it increasingly clear that it was on its way to retail shelves.