Sometimes it seems like there’s no longer a market for high-end tablets—just ones for the iPad Pro and for Windows tablets, such as Microsoft Surface, that are as much PC as tablet. Samsung, however, says that it remains enthusiastic about the prospects for its fanciest Android tablets. A year after releasing the Galaxy Tab S4, it’s back with the Galaxy Tab S6–which, like its predecessor, has a 10.5″ Super AMOLED display and starts at $650. It’s available for preorder as of August 23 and will be in stores on September 6. (There wasn’t a Galaxy Tab S5, just a lower-cost and more basic model called the Galaxy Tab S5e.) advertisement advertisement Galaxy Note 9. Along with letting you press its button to remote-control the tablet, the Tab S6 S Pen also lets you wield the stylus like a tiny baton to perform “air actions” for such jobs as controlling the camera and playing music. The Galaxy Tab S6’s S Pen clings magnetically to the tablet and charges wirelessly while it’s doing so—nifty capabilities that are a lot like those of Apple’s newest iPad Pro models and Pencil stylus, except the S Pen sticks to an indentation on the back of… Read full this story
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