The next flagship tablet in Samsung's Galaxy Tab S lineup could launch as the Galaxy Tab S6. SM-T860 and SM-T865 for the Wi-Fi and LTE variants, and the LTE variant showed up on the Geekbench benchmark database nearly a month later showing off some of its specs. And now, Twitter leakster evleaks has revealed that the tablet will be called the Galaxy Tab S6.
Samsung is not going to launch the Galaxy Tab S4's successor with the Galaxy Tab S5 moniker. It already released the mid-range Galaxy Tab S5e earlier this year, and launching a Galaxy Tab S5 after the S5e Tab would only serve to confuse consumers. Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Galaxy Note 5 so that consumers would not consider the new flag as the Galaxy S flagship from the same year.
Unfortunately, the Galaxy Tab S6 wants to be announced. However, we can not wait for the Galaxy Note 10's launch in early August, based on the August 1 launch of the Galaxy Tab S4 last year. As far as specs are concerned, the tab S6 was spotted on Geekbench with a Snapdragon 855 SoC, 6GB of RAM, and Android 9 Pie. As we have had revealed, the base model of the device will have 128GB of storage.
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