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Galaxy Tab S6 S Pen will inherit one Galaxy Note 9 feature

Galaxy Tab S6 S Pen will inherit one Galaxy Note 9 feature

It'll be less than a month before Samsung unveils the Galaxy Note 10 but, thanks to the Internet, there's almost very little to be excited about it. Leaks have pretty much given us a complete picture of the two phablets, leaving just the confirmation and availability details as the only question marks. Now it seems that Samsung fans are turning their attention to a different unreleased device and, to be fair, there is more than one reason to be interested in the Galaxy Tab S6.

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Galaxy Tab S6 could have two cameras on its back

Galaxy Tab S6 could have two cameras on its back

If you're still hoping for a more premium version of the mid-range Galaxy Tab S5e, better lay those hopes to rest. A Galaxy Tab S5, without the "e" won't be coming but the good news is that Samsung is still preparing a new tablet that will match those expectations and a bit more. According to sources, it will be called the Galaxy Tab S6 and it will have a feature no other tablet has or may even dream of having.

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Samsung’s Galaxy Tab A refresh for 2019 arrives with a whimper

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab A refresh for 2019 arrives with a whimper

Samsung has announced a new addition to its tablet lineup, today revealing a Galaxy Tab A refresh for 2019. The latest 8-inch Galaxy Tab received a no-nonsense reveal from Samsung today, with this clearly being a budget tablet with budget specifications. Because of that, it's hard to imagine this tablet finding a large audience among Samsung's core group of users.

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One Mix 3 Review – Smaller alternative to Surface Go

One Mix 3 Review – Smaller alternative to Surface Go

Our smartphones have become so powerful these days that it’s almost possible to do everything with them. That includes not only entertainment and web browsing but also “light work”, like emailing or frantically hammering out some text in Google Docs or Microsoft Word mobile.

While it may be possible to do almost everything on a mobile device, some still prefer the traditional form of a laptop or the benefits of a larger screen. At the same time, some of those would concede wanting a smaller device they can carry with them anywhere. That fusion of portability and versatility is what the new breed of Ultra Mobile PCs is promising and the One Mix 3 is one of the first to arrive at the scene. We take it for a thorough run to find out if it delivers on that promise.

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Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019) tries to carry the torch for Android tablets

Galaxy Tab A 8.0 (2019) tries to carry the torch for Android tablets

While Apple is revolutionizing its iPads, particularly its iPad Pros, the Android tablet market is almost on life support. Only a few OEMs are still making slates and many of those are pretty much “budget” tablets for basic media consumption and Internet browsing. Samsung remains one of the few stalwart tablet makers and it covers all the tiers and price ranges you can think of. Its latest tablet still isn’t the premium Tab S5 but something for more casual users who need a larger screen than their phones can manage.

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Samsung wants you to help design its next phones, tablets, and wearables

Samsung wants you to help design its next phones, tablets, and wearables

The Internet has truly empowered people and has given them the tools and platforms to make their voices heard, especially when there’s money involved. Crowdfunding has made dreams become reality where traditional processes would have just let them die. Companies have also started using the Internet to not only connect with their customers but even solicit ideas from them, just like how Samsung is now holding a contest to let others do the heavy lifting of thinking of a design for the next Galaxy devices.

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Galaxy Tab Active Pro hints at one of Android’s tablet problems

Galaxy Tab Active Pro hints at one of Android’s tablet problems

Despite the renewed popularity enjoyed by the iPads and especially the iPad Pros, the Android tablet market seems pretty dead as always. Google halting work on its own Pixel tablets doesn’t bode well either. Of the major device makers, Samsung seems to be the only one still making such slates and now there are signs that it has another one in the works that isn’t the Galaxy Tab S5. Instead, it’s a rugged tablet that might be a bit “Pro” when it comes to size.

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Microsoft foldable Surface tip sounds too good to be true

Microsoft foldable Surface tip sounds too good to be true

You know what they say, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. That's not going to stop techies and geeks from wishing it were indeed true. Ever since the Courier project, Microsoft has been rumored to be working on or at least playing with the idea of a dual screen or even foldable device. Those rumors have ramped up in recent years thanks to foldable phones and a few sightings in code. Now we're hearing second-hand word from supply chain sources claiming it's close to becoming a reality and the details could make fans of the idea drool.

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Google made the right tablet decision – now it needs to stick to it

Google made the right tablet decision – now it needs to stick to it

Google is giving up on tablet development, focusing on Pixel smartphones, Chrome OS devices, and throwing its weight behind its hardware partners in the run-up to Android Q's release. Unusually, for a tech firm, the search giant opted not to allow its products to wither away in silence. Instead, Google confirmed head-on that it was changing course.

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Chuwi MiniBook 8-inch laptop convertible starts pre-orders on Indiegogo

Chuwi MiniBook 8-inch laptop convertible starts pre-orders on Indiegogo

Netbooks may have gone the way of the dodo but, if some Chinese manufacturers are to be believed, small laptops are back in fashion. The likes of GPD and One Netbook have been making 7-inch laptops and have now jumped on the "8-inch or larger" train. The newest passenger to hop on board is Chuwi who just launched the 8-inch MiniBook on Indiegogo to accept pre-orders for the laptop that turns into a tablet.

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iPadOS turned the iPad Pro into a proper computer: what it still needs

iPadOS turned the iPad Pro into a proper computer: what it still needs

With the announcement of iPadOS, one of the biggest question that repeatedly comes up is whether the iPad, specifically the iPad Pro, is finally ready to be that new computer thing that Apple has been advertising. Better yet, is it finally ready to become the primary computer for most people? The answer, as you might have guessed, is a "yes, but". More than that answer to that, however, what the combination of the iPad Pro and the new iPadOS has done is give people fewer reasons to bear with Windows and Android and more reasons to get hooked and locked into Apple's entire ecosystem.

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Google just killed the entry-level Pixel Slate – but there’s good news

Google just killed the entry-level Pixel Slate – but there’s good news

Google has quietly axed its two most affordable Pixel Slate tablets, dropping the entry-level processor options which had come in for widespread criticism for underwhelming performance. Launched in late 2018, the Chrome OS tablet initially came in five different configurations, with an unexpectedly broad range of performance.

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