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ZTE nubia Z20

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ZTE nubia Z20 is Candybar, Touchscreen Android Smartphone from ZTE which runs on Android OS, v9.0 (Pie). ZTE nubia Z20 is available in Black color and 186 g (6.56 oz) of weight. ZTE nubia Z20 has 6.42 inches OLED capacitive touchscreen display. ZTE nubia Z20 is powered by Octa-core (1x2.96 GHz Kryo 485 & 3x2.42 GHz Kryo 485 & 4x1.8 GHz Kryo 485) CPU, Qualcomm SDM855 Snapdragon 855 Plus (7 nm) Chipset and Adreno 640 (700 MHz) GPU along with 512 GB Storage and 12 GB RAM or 256 GB Storage and 8 GB RAM or 128 GB Storage and 6 GB RAM.Additional features of ZTE nubia Z20 are Secondary display (on the back): OLED, 5.1 inches, 1080 x 2340 pixels, Corning Gorilla Glass 3, DTS HD sound, 32-bit/384kHz audio, Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic. ZTE nubia Z20 has 3G, WIFI, Bluetooth, GPS connectivity options on board.
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Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 is Candybar, Touchscreen, Tablet PC Android Tablet PC from Samsung which runs on Android OS, v9.0 (Pie). Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 is available in Mountain Gray, Cloud Blue, Rose Blush colors and 420 g (14.82 oz) of weight. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 has 10.5 inches Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 is powered by Octa-core (1x2.84 GHz Kryo 485 & 3x2.41 GHz Kryo 485 & 4x1.78 GHz Kryo 485) CPU, Qualcomm SDM855 Snapdragon 855 (7 nm) Chipset and Adreno 640 GPU along with 256 GB Storage and 8 GB RAM or 128 GB Storage and 6 GB RAM.Additional features of Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 are Stylus support (Bluetooth integration, magnetic), Speakers tuned by AKG, Dolby Atmos sound. Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 has 3G, WIFI, Bluetooth, GPS connectivity options on board.
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Galaxy Tab S6: All you need to know

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The Galaxy Tab S6 has been officially announced, ending the stream of leaks and rumors preceding it. The veil is finally off the company's latest tablet and there is quite a lot of information to take in. In case you've missed our coverage, you can check the list below containing all of our Galaxy Tab S6 stories so far. We're hoping this will help you on your journey of getting to know Samsung's latest high-end tablet better.Galaxy Tab S6 launched with SD855, dual camera and new S Pen featuresSamsung Galaxy Tab S6 hands-on impressionsSamsung Galaxy Tab S6 price and availability detailsSpecs comparison: Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 vs Galaxy Tab S6Specs comparison: Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 vs Galaxy Tab S6Specs comparison: Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 vs Galaxy Tab S6Specs comparison: Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e vs Galaxy Tab S6Galaxy Tab S6 doesn't have a headphone jack, no dongle in the box eitherNo 25W super fast charging for the Galaxy Tab S6Pop artist Coco Capitán shows off the Gala…

[Poll] Are you going to buy the Galaxy Tab S6?

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Samsung has finally unveiled its flagship tablet for 2019, the Galaxy Tab S6. There's little that wasn't already known about this device before its official unveiling today. Samsung now has the mammoth task of convincing people to actually buy it.That may prove to be easier said than done. The tablet market continues to be in a state of decline while the Galaxy Tab S5e remains a more affordable option for the casual user. Prices for the Galaxy Tab S6 start at 699 euro so it's not exactly what you'd call cheap.You do get quite a bit of tablet for that money. There's a 10.5-inch display, the latest Snapdragon 855 processor with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage as standard. The new S Pen is much more capable than ever before and there's even a dual camera at this back. Knowing what you know about the Galaxy Tab S6 so far, and having read our Galaxy Tab S6 hands-on, have you made up your mind about buying the tablet?Vote below and share your thoughts about the Galaxy Tab …

Pop artist Coco Capitán shows off the Galaxy Tab S6 in promo videos

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Samsung has launched two promotional videos for the freshly-announcedGalaxy Tab S6. They both star New York and London-based artist Coco Capitán and aim to show examples of how the tablet can fit into an artist's workflow thanks to the inclusion of a new S Pen, Samsung Notes, and DeX functionality.Coco Capitán is a photographer, painter, and poet, whose signature handwritten aphorisms have been used for marketing by fashion brands including Gucci. Now, her unique approach to pop art has been felt by the Galaxy Tab S6. In the promo video below, the artist claims that the stylus is very precise, giving a feeling similar to writing on paper. Likewise, the artist commends the tablet for being light and thin, making it easier to use with one hand.The S Pen is an artist's ally The Galaxy Tab S6 features an improved stylus boasting a new gesture feature called S Pen Air, which offers the possibility to remotely control multimedia content on the device. The S Pen magnetically attaches …

Samsung Pay Touch app turns your Galaxy smartphone into a PoS terminal

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Samsung has quietly launched the Samsung Pay Touch app to target small businesses in Canada. The app transforms compatible Galaxy smartphones into PoS (Point-of-Sale) terminals that can accept contactless payments from customers. So far, Samsung Pay has been limited to customers making payments through their Galaxy smartphones and wearables, but with this solution, the Korean company is taking it to the merchant side of things as well.The biggest advantage of Samsung Pay Touch is that it doesn't require any additional hardware to set up. As long as you have a compatible Galaxy smartphone, you can download the app and complete the registration to start using it right away. Supported models include Galaxy S8/S8+, Note8, S9/S9+, Note9, and S10e/S10/S10+. It is safe to assume the Galaxy Note 10 will also join the list once it is available.Credit card purchases are charged at 2.6% per transaction, while debit cards incur a flat $0.10 per transaction. Merchants will get the payments aut…

Galaxy A70 July security update brings Night mode and QR scanner

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Samsung is rolling out a second software update of the month for the Galaxy A70 in India. The new update brings a Night mode for the camera and also adds the July 2019 security patch. The previous update added the Super steady camera feature to the device but came with the May security patch.Galaxy A70 gets better at low-light photographyThe Galaxy A70 is arguably the best 2019 Galaxy A phone right now. The Galaxy A80 may have a faster processor, a no-notch screen, and a cool camera system, yet it leaves a lot to be desired. The A70, meanwhile, is only getting better. As we pointed out in our review, it is a powerhouse of a phone with just a few limitations, like its low-light photography skills. Samsung is now addressing that limitation by adding the Night mode feature with the latest software update.The update, which is now available over the air in India, also adds the QR scanner to the Galaxy A70's camera. Complete with the July 2019 security patch, the update weighs in at 367…

No 25W super fast charging for the Galaxy Tab S6

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The Galaxy Tab S6 comes with Samsung's old 15W Quick Charge 2.0/Adaptive Fast Charge fast charging technology instead of the new 25W super fast charging that debuted on the Galaxy S10 5G. This may be a bummer for some prospective consumers, who would expect Samsung's new flagship tablet to have all the latest features. However, the company has always been shy of equipping its tablets as well as it equips its flagship smartphones, so this shouldn't come as a surprise to everyone.Moreover, with the kind of battery life tablets provide, the traditional 15W fast charging should be sufficient. There's also the fact that the large batteries inside tablets would take time to charge even with faster charging speeds, so it's not a bad idea for Samsung to keep 25W super fast charging out of the Tab S6's spec sheet in order to keep the price of the device more palatable. The Galaxy Tab S6 is an expensive tablet however you look at it, although some folks might be disappoi…

Galaxy Tab S6 doesn’t have a headphone jack, no dongle in the box either

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Many have been wondering if the Galaxy Tab S6 will have a headphone jack. It's another one of Samsung's high-end device to fall victim to the no headphone jack philosophy. Samsung unveiled the tablet today and the Galaxy Tab S6 most certainly doesn't have a headphone jack.For a while now, the company has been slowly testing the waters by leaving out the 3.5-millimeter port on a handful of devices, ranging from affordable to top-tier. The list includes the Galaxy M40, the Galaxy A80, and the Galaxy Tab S5e.The Galaxy Tab S6 doesn't come with a dongle; the Galaxy Tab S5e doesWhat makes the situation worse for the Galaxy Tab S6 is that the company didn't include a USB Type-C-to-3.5mm dongle in the retail box. For a device such as the Galaxy M40 – which doesn't include a dongle either –, this decision is a little bit easier to understand given the segment to which the phone belongs. However, not including this accessory in the Galaxy Tab S6 retail box is a tougher …

Specs comparison: Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 vs Galaxy Tab S6

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It's been two years since your trusty Galaxy Tab S3 came out and while it still may be working well, the tablet will most certainly have started showing its age. The Galaxy Tab S6 may just make sense to you if you're looking for an upgrade, as this Galaxy Tab S3 vs Galaxy Tab S6 specs comparison will show.The biggest noticeable difference here is the display. The new flagship tablet has a larger and higher resolution 10.5-inch display compared to the Galaxy Tab S3. The bezels are slimmer as well because there's no home button and the fingerprint sensor is underneath the display.It also comes with the latest Snapdragon 855 chip with 6GB of RAM on the base model. This will deliver a performance improvement which will be hard to miss for Galaxy Tab S3 owners. The Galaxy Tab S6 has more internal storage on the base model, a larger battery, better cameras and more on a body that's quite a bit slimmer at 5.7mm.If you're the sort of person who primarily uses their tablet …

Specs comparison: Samsung Galaxy Tab S5e vs Galaxy Tab S6

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If you bought the Galaxy Tab S5e, you're probably not looking to upgrade to a new tablet right now nor would you want to upgrade any time soon. But, now that the Galaxy Tab S6 has been officially unveiled, you're no doubt wondering just what kind of upgrades and new features Samsung's latest tablet offers compared to your Galaxy Tab S5e.And that's why we've put the specs for both tablets side-by-side in the table below. Among the most notable upgrades here are the Bluetooth S Pen and the considerably higher horsepower thanks to the Snapdragon 855 chipset. There's even a dual camera on-board the Tab S6, although Samsung has ditched the LED flash from the Tab S5e (and the Tab S4). And if you care about having the coolest tech on your devices, the Tab S6 also puts the fingerprint sensor under the display.Check out our devices section for more details on these tablets and our Galaxy Tab S6 hands-on to see our initial impressions of the tablet. Also look forward to …

Specs comparison: Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 vs Galaxy Tab S6

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The Galaxy Tab S6 has gone official as the sixth tablet in Samsung's AMOLED-toting Galaxy Tab S lineup. The Tab S6 is the fifth flagship-tablet in the series and comes with plenty of upgrades to entice Galaxy Tab S4 owners to make the switch. The new S Pen can be used as a remote control thanks to the built-in Bluetooth and also offers some nifty air gestures. There's a more powerful processor under the hood, more storage out of the box, an optical in-fingerprint sensor, and even a dual rear camera setup for those who take photography on their tablet seriously.Some things have carried forward unchanged as well, like that beautiful 10.5-inch Super AMOLED display and four AKG-tuned loudspeakers with Dolby Atmos. If you're wondering exactly how the specs compare on the Galaxy Tab S4 and Galaxy Tab S6, we've laid them out in a clean and simple table down below. Don't forget to check out our devices section for more details on these tablets and our hands-on impressions …

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 hands-on impressions

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What many had expected to be introduced as the Galaxy Tab S5 has today been formally launched as the Galaxy Tab S6. Samsung's latest flagship tablet follows the same design philosophy as the Galaxy Tab S5e. It's thin, light and has slimmer bezels. Samsung feels that this is the right moment for a new flagship tablet as the market is showing signs of recovering, so it's putting a powerhouse on the market. SamMobile got an opportunity to spend some time with the tablet and you will find our first impressions of the device in our Galaxy Tab S6 hands-on that follows below.Galaxy Tab S6 hands-on: DesignAs previously mentioned, the Galaxy Tab S6's design is quite similar to the Galaxy Tab S5e. The similarities are quite evident upfront since it opts for slimmer bezels as well. The back, however, make it stand out. There's a new groove at the back where the S Pen attaches magnetically. The Galaxy Tab S5e, as many of you may be aware, doesn't come with a stylus. You…