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Tech & Science World's first 5G tablet, Samsung's Galaxy Tab S6, to launch this year

18:55  04 january  2020
18:55  04 january  2020 Source:   msn.com

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The latest generation of Samsung ' s Galaxy tablet series, the Galaxy Tab S 6 , will launch with 5 G connectivity during the first quarter of this year . Though the company touts that it will be launching the device in the first quarter of this year , that is the case only for the Korean market.

The latest generation of Samsung ' s Galaxy tablet series, the Galaxy Tab S 6 , will launch with 5 G connectivity during the first quarter of this year . Though the company touts that it will be launching the device in the first quarter of this year , that is the case only for the Korean market.

a close up of a logo: A Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 with 5G connectivity will be launching in Korea during the first quarter of this year. © Courtesy of Samsung A Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 with 5G connectivity will be launching in Korea during the first quarter of this year.

The latest generation of Samsung's Galaxy tablet series, the Galaxy Tab S6, will launch with 5G connectivity during the first quarter of this year.

With smartphone manufacturers worldwide adding 5G connectivity to their flagship devices, Samsung is set to be the first to equip a tablet with the technology. Though the company touts that it will be launching the device in the first quarter of this year, that is the case only for the Korean market. 

Upgrading the device to 5G will improve the quality of gaming, video conferencing and streaming live or pre-recorded content, thanks to increased speed and overall performance.

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© Courtesy of Samsung A Samsung Galaxy Tab S 6 with 5 G connectivity will be launching in Korea during the first quarter of this year . With smartphone manufacturers worldwide adding 5 G connectivity to their flagship devices, Samsung is set to be the first to equip a tablet with the technology.

Consider subscribing Samsung has launched the Galaxy Tab S 6 . The tablet will be available for 843 us dollarsSamsung Galaxy Tab S 6 is going to get 5 G version and it will be the world ' s first 5 G tabletThe Galaxy Tab S 6 is a 5.7mm thin tablet that sports a 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display.

According to a study conducted by Counterpoint Research, 5G-equipped devices only made up about 1% of global smartphone sales; however, that amount is predicted to grow 1,687% in 2020. With this major growth expectation, it's likely that non-smartphone products, too, will see an increase in 5G integration. While Samsung is the first to launch such a product, similar devices by other companies are surely in the works.

Though the 5G Galaxy Tab S6 will be launching in Korea during the first quarter of 2020, there's no word whether or when the device will be coming to other markets.

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