This year, there has been an increase in 5G-supported smartphones, and major operators around the world have begun deploying 5G in hotspots. While 5G is still unavailable in most other parts of the world, 5G upgrades to device terminals won’t stop, Samsung has released 5G-enabled Galaxy S10 and Note 10 models, and is currently working to add 5G to its tablets.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 5G is coming soon, according to a list on the NRRA portal. With South Korea already deployed on a broader 5G, Samsung also wants to make the most of it. The tablet, model edgy SM-T866N, will be equipped with the Snapdragon 855 chipset and the built-in 5G.
Rumor has it that the tablet is cheaper than the current $650 Wi-Fi version and is expected to feature the same 7,300 mAh battery and 10.3-inch AMOLED screen.