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Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 with 7040mAh Battery gets HDR10+ Certification

Samsung is getting ready to introduce its Galaxy Tab S6 tablet which will also be the first-ever tablet with HDR10+ certification. Recently, due to rapid advancement in the smartphone technology, we have seen almost everything on the smartphones but the tablets have been left behind. This new tablet will be getting HDR10+ certification making it more user-friendly to watch those TV shows or even for playing games.

The iPad Pro line from Apple has not been certified with HDR10+ and has only the regular HDR and Dolby Vision certification. Furthermore, the Galaxy Tab S6 is been marketed by the company as a premium device in its innovative tablet range since it has both the HDR10+ and also supports the next-gen of HDR. This next-gen one standard of the HDR10+ bring greater contrast between light and dark parts of the image and also optimizes the brightness levels.

Furthermore, since the upcoming Tab S6 comes with Super AMOLED display along with with AKG and Dolby Atmos sound it will be a perfect device to watch those TV shows and movies and give enhance audio also. Well, the tablet will be featuring a 10.5-inch display panel with 2560 x 1600 pixels display. It will be powered with the Snapdragon 855 SoC and might be getting a 6GB RAM with 128GB of storage or even 8GB RAM option with 256GB of storage.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 will be coming with dual rear camera setup with a main 13MP sensor and a secondary 5MP camera along with an 8MP front-facing sensor. It will be powered with a big 7040mAh battery and will be coming with wireless charging capability. The S-Pen for the tablet will also be redesigned along with many new features. The tablet will be made available in Mountain Grey, Clod Blue, and Rose Blush color options and should be available for purchase by late August. Comment in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.

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