THE Samsung will launch in Brazil its next generation of tablets, the Galaxy Tab S6, in October. One of the news of the company's latest release in the country is the improvement of S pen, the pen used to assist with tablet commands. Usually used for writing or drawing more accurately, S Pen now has one more function: that of Remote Control.
Samsung's proposal for the new S Pen could offer the user control of the tablet while he is not holding the gadget. For example, it will be much easier to record a video or take a selfie with the S Pen without having to hold the device all the time. But the pen will not have physical buttons like a traditional remote control, all this will be done through gesture commands. S Pen's wireless charging promises 10 hours with just 10 minutes of recharging, according to Samsung.
New features of the Galaxy Tab S6 also include text digitization. Handwritten notes in Samsung Notes can be converted to digital text and exported to formats such as Microsoft Word. The device also features an enhanced version of Samsung DeX, software that provides the tablet with desktop experience.
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The Galaxy Tab S6 is also debuting some features, being the first tablet bringing Samsung's first dual camera with Ultra-Wide camera. The device is also the first of its kind to feature Digital Screen Reader technology. Its hardware promises good performance with octa-core processor, AI-capable Game Booster and FPS optimizer.
The Galaxy Tab S6 will be available in Brazil in October in graphite color. The device arrives with suggested price from R $ 4,299.00. You can check out more information about the Galaxy Tab S6 on the Samsung website.
Source: Samsung Newsroom. [TagsToTranslate] samsung