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Newly released photos of Galaxy Tab S6 shows a new design on its back

Author at TechGenyz Gadget
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

Samsung will soon be launching its latest tablet Galaxy Tab S6. However, the tablet has not created the stir which was expected from the release of a new Samsung gadget. The loss of excitement regarding the Galaxy Tab S6 is partly due to the fact that earlier Samsung had already released the Galaxy Note 10, and the folding phone, Galaxy Fold, and when compared to these two gadgets, the Galaxy Tab S6 seems to be falling short of new and exciting features which would make it stand apart from the other two.

In one sentence, the Galaxy Tab S6 appears to be boring. The fans are even more disappointed with the design of the tablet, especially after the renderings of the tablet being released online. However, the Galaxy Tab S6 is not entirely without any trace of oomph. Reportedly, it will be the first tab to feature a dual camera. Even if the dual camera seems to be the most exciting things about the tab, the full features of the camera have not been disclosed yet.

The photos show a small but important change to the back cover of the new tablet. A new groove on the side has been added to keep the S Pen in place together. It should end the problem of the S Pen loss because its large size makes it impossible to fit into the slab. If the S Pen is attached to the back of the tab, it is bound to take up space of its own, and consequently, the back would not be balanced anymore.

If the S Pen is not attached to the back, it will not face a balancing problem. This design, however, will solve the problems of the people who keep losing their S Pen at a minimal sacrifice of a not very well balanced tab.

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