What you need to know
- The S Pen will reportedly now wirelessly charge in a recessed groove on the back of the tablet.
- We're expecting to see both LTE and Wi-Fi-only models.
- The Tab S6 will be available in at least three colors: blue, gray, and rose gold.
We saw some obfuscated leaks of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Tab S6 a couple of weeks ago, but a scoop from Android Headlines gives us a complete collection of product renders, showing off the tablet and some of its accessories in all their glory.
We're expecting to see the Galaxy Tab S6 unveiled at Samsung's upcoming Unpacked event alongside the Note 10, or possibly a bit later on this year at IFA in Berlin, and these leaks show that we can expect three color options; blue, gray, and rose gold.
Each color extends to the accompanying S Pen stylus, which now fits into a recessed magnetic groove along the back of the tablet — which will presumably charge the S Pen wirelessly. Android Headlines also claims that the S Pen will likely be Bluetooth-compatible, much like that of the Galaxy Note 9.
There's also a new keyboard accessory for the Tab S6, which looks to be two separate pieces — one that magnetically attaches to the side of the tablet and includes the trackpad and keyboard itself, and one that attaches to the back and articulates to provide support on a tabletop.
As for the tablet itself, the design looks relatively similar to that of the Galaxy Tab S4, with the same hard edges and quad-speaker arrangement, but it trades the glass back for metal and eliminates the headphone jack.
You get dual cameras on the back now, though we're not entirely sure whether that will come in the form of a standard and wide-angle lens or a main camera aided by a time of flight sensor.
Regarding specs, previous leaks suggest a Snapdragon 855 chipset, 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage as the baseline configuration. We're also expecting to see both LTE and Wi-Fi-only models, though pricing for these options is yet to be determined.
The new Fitbit Charge 4 brings built-in GPS to your wrist for just $150
The Fitbit Charge 4 is the first new product to be released since Fitbit’s announced acquisition with Google, and while it’s a fairly minor update, the Charge 3 foundation was already really solid. From built-in GPS, Activity Zone Minutes, and more, here’s what’s new!
Are you still using a Galaxy S9 in 2020?
The Galaxy S20 may be the newest Samsung phone on the market, but what happened to the Galaxy S9? Is anyone still using it here in 2020?
How to keep kids busy and engaged while you work from home
We all need a little downtime and ways to fight the doldrums of sitting at home. Especially the kids.
Which Android tablets you should buy and which to steer clear of
There is some truth to the saying "you get what you pay for," and while not every great Android tablet has to cost a fortune, some of the really affordable ones are really cheap for a reason. Here are some Android tablets worth forking over some money for and some you should probably pass by.