According to a leaked photo, the tablet will have dual cameras, something you'd be hard-pressed to find in any tablet (outside the Project Tango one).
It's defining feature, however, won't be the S Pen as most premium Galaxy Tab S tablets have.
Numerous leaks over the last couple of weeks have suggested we'll be seeing the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 launch alongside the Galaxy Note 10 later this year, but the latest information suggests we'll actually get a new version of the flagship Galaxy Watch. Samsung's tablet will likely also support Dex and Linux apps, something the firm has made a priority as it moves to position its devices as competitors to Apple's iPad Pros. Instead, Samsung's next high-end tablet will be marketed as the Galaxy Tab S6 and, thanks to SamMobile, we now know what it'll look like. According to sources, it will be called the Galaxy Tab S6 and it will have a feature no other tablet has or may even dream of having. An earlier Geekbench listing revealed that the tablet will have 6GB of RAM and run Android 9 Pie. The base model will offer 128GB storage while 256GB will be an option for those looking to spend a bit more.
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If and when the Galaxy Tab S6 hits store shelves, it might not have very many surprises under the hood. Might Samsung be trying to make tablet photography a thing?
Last May we had the first information on the new tablet from Samsung, with the code names SM-T860 and SM-T865 respectively for the Wi-Fi and LTE variants. Already with the Galaxy Note, a version had been skipped passing from Note 5 to Note 7 to conform to the Galaxy S range.
The new Galaxy Tab A comes in two colours - black and silver. There's going to be a keyboard cover accessory which isn't surprising.