Samsung working on two display sizes of its future flagship tablet
Samsung might be looking to freshen up its Galaxy Tab S lineup with the introduction of bigger screen versions. A new rumor suggests that the company is now working on two models for the future flagship Galaxy Tab S device.
They will offer 11" and 12.4" screens, both larger than the 10.5" unit on the current Galaxy Tab S6. People familiar with the matter say the next-generation Galaxy Tab S will be called Galaxy Tab S20 to be in line with the current flagship Galaxy S20-series.
There are even model numbers to go with the info - SM-T970 and SM-T875 - likely the first of those is a Wi-Fi-only 12.4" variant, while the latter is a cellular-enabled 11" slate. It's still unclear if those will be your only two options, but more leaks should fill us in before the time comes for an official announcement.
- 26 May 2020
Need new keyboard. If samsung can do the similar functions as Apple magic keyboard. That would be great and I will buy some for sure.
- 16 May 2020
Good for Samsung and their Supporters. I checked this Week Prices for tablet S6 and it is about 600€. With knowing that Updates for Android tablets are coming only once like my french Archos Oxygen 133, sticked on Marshmalloe 6.o and knowing that...
- 16 Apr 2020
UFS is very slow at iops .. you know nothing about nvme sadly .. sequential speed means nothing. because when you run programs you load thousands of tiny files that needs random access and thats called IOPS , and UFS3.0 is ten times slower than NVME