We presented it long ago as the aspiring rival of the iPad Pro. We speak of course of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6, presented as the first in the world equipped with a fingerprint reader in the display, one of the first Android tablets with dual rear cameras and a new stylus S Pen for gesture and control even remotely. Of these hours the news that the tablet is preparing to release a version with 5G support.
It will probably arrive in the coming months, at least according to the Korean website SamMobile, which found a reference to the device on a page of the Samsung website in Korea, which represents the model with the serial number SM-T866. The finding confirms long-standing rumors that Samsung was planning a 5G version of this Galaxy Tab S6 after a device got approval from the Korean National Radio Agency.
As SamMobile points out, the list uses the same image as the existing S6, so it is likely that the specifications and design will not change. Alternatively, it is possible to think that the designers of Samsung's web pages have not been granted access to an updated image, therefore that it is a copy and paste of the previous images.
If the tablet remains unchanged in the other hardware specifications, remember, the user will have in his hands a real top of the range, starting from the 10.5-inch Super AMOLED screen, with WQXGA resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels, then the same diagonal as iPad Air and slightly higher resolution than iPad Pro 11 (2,388 x 1,668 pixels) but lower than the 2,732 x 2,048 pixels of iPad Pro 12,9.
Under the hood an eight-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor made with 7-nanometer technology. There will be almost certainly the new S Pen, equipped with wireless charging technology.
In addition to these, also an 8 megapixel front camera, as well as an ultra wide dual camera on the back with a 123-degree field of view, equivalent to that of the human eye. The 5 megapixel ultra wide camera while the main rear 13 megapixel camera. The device could exploit the same artificial intelligence and Qualcomm's Neural Processing Unit of the model without 5G support, and there will certainly be the possibility of recording 4K videos at 30 FPS and playing videos up to the maximum 8K resolution always at 30 FPS.
While waiting to find out when this 5G version will be released, we refer you to the article on the standard Galaxy Tab S6, for all the information about it.