Samsung sought to broaden the appeal of its Galaxy Tab S6 range, expanding the line-up with a pared down version.
In a statement, the South Korean manufacturer highlighted the tablet’s lightweight S Pen stylus as a key feature. Weighing 7.03grams with a 0.7mm tip, Samsung claimed the stylus can be used to deliver “greater precision” when writing or drawing. It attaches to the side of the tablet via magnets and is battery-free.
Handwritten notes can be converted into typed text and exported into the following formats: PDF, JPEG, text file and Microsoft Word document.
The tablet’s display measures at 10.4-inches featuring narrow bezels and dual speakers. It offers 4GB of memory with 64GB or 128GB storage, features a 7040mAh battery, and runs two unspecified quad core chipsets (2.3GHz and 1.7GHz).
Other features include: 5MP front and 8MP rear cameras, microSD expansion up to 1TB and Android 10.
In the UK a 64GB Wi-Fi version will be available for £349, while a 4G compatible option will retail for £399.
It will be available in blue and grey from 30 April. A pink iteration and 128GB memory option will be made available in other markets.Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back