Is there cellular calling facility??
FF17, 28 Oct 2019Thats very correct. I got Tab S5e and a Sony bluetooth headset and it rocks!Exactly, thank you!
I'm still use Tab S6 and it great tablet also bought staedtler Norris digital that work in my Tab s6 and note 9.. very good one and use squid app.. very clean write or draw I also have samsung cover that great for Tab 6... I would say this tablet has great crystal display I've see.. good buy
two cameras on a tablet, ud fingerprint on a tablet, sd855 on a tablet, 8gb ram on a tablwt. best tablet
Premium Tablet with latest SD855. Not any brands tablet having it so far.
Very Smooth compare to my old Tab S4.
its even better, if they put in SD855+.
Very good form factor, and i would say, slightly better than Apple.
NPC can be much more cheaper in this price, but if to acheive this kind of size & weight, it will be much more expensive though...
Very nice Keyboard cover. Still have room to improve.
No problem with the 3.5mm, which i dont like a cable tangling around me. It will be better if its come with the 3.5mm audio jack.
IP68? do I really need it? Hmmm......
Flash on tablet? izit necessary?
As my own conclusion, if you want a very mobile device that can ease your daily operations, and with some serious gaming, Tab S6 is a not bad to consider. price is a little high side, but sammy still have a very strong pricing position at this moment, until competitors come with a much more competative offering...
I'm really tired of seeing people bash companies for removal of the 3.5mm jack. It's progress. Also, there are PLENTY of bluetooth headsets on the market that are way cheap and way better than the price may dictate. If you're not a big fan of wireless, pick up a 5-10 dollar USB-C to 3.5mm jack adapter, it really isn't that much more expensive, and don't tell me that "oh I cant afford it" because if you can afford this tablets $650 dollar price, another $10 won't hurt.
Anonymous, 05 Oct 2019If you use the LTE version, you can call and receive calls just like a regular phone. via digits?
Zack, 02 Oct 2019Yes, if you format it to FAT32. Any external hdd will do as long as it formatted to FAT32.Try USB Media Explorer. This app allows you to access NTFS files on Android platforms.
Ditching the 3.5mm audio jack is a problem, Samsung does not care for customer satisfaction. Why? Firstly a document how USB audio works: https://www.soundguys.com/usb-audio-explained-18563/
And secondly a document about the real-world problems of this approach: https://www.pcworld.com/article/3284186/bring-back-the-headphone-jack-why-usb-c-audio-still-doesnt-work.html
Bluetooth audio has its own problems: connection issues, quality issues, privacy issues, additional battery and charging...
Linux-on-DeX is not supported on this device (as of Oct 2019).
Dex, 05 Oct 2019So, I eventually decided to buy one of these bad boys for University, and so far no regrets.
... moreTip for the keyboard part:
-Get one on a discount (Probably still the most expensive solution)
-Bluetooth keyboard + mouse + tablet holder setup (Less expensive, but no cover)
-USB keyboard + mouse + USB-C to USB-A adapter + USB hub + tablet holder (Cheapest solution since most people already have some of these and good for gaming, but still no cover and the most difficult to setup)
Personally, I've used the 3rd option on a Windows tablet before. Total setup cost was about $25 and it felt like using a miniature all-in-one PC which was cool for me.
lalit, 07 Oct 2019does it available in indiayes
lalit, 07 Oct 2019does it available in indiaPreorder has started link below
I have had this tablet for a while now (since release) and must say it has been fantastic. The screen is great, especially when streaming videos and it works very well as a laptop replacement with a handy bluetooth keyboard and mouse, whenever i need to get a little work done while on the train. And I have one of the latest iPads as well, and it has its advantages as well, but this is my number one for streaming and gettng a little ork done.
does it available in india
Anonymous, 05 Oct 2019can i use it to receive and make voice calls just like a regaled phone? Please just buy a smartphone if you want to make call. Why do you need a 10.5 inch huge tablet to make calls
So, I eventually decided to buy one of these bad boys for University, and so far no regrets.
I got the base 128GB model, so far it's a pleasure and much more pleasant to look at compared to my old Surface Pro 2 that it replaced. Here's a pic to show the difference http://imgur.com/gallery/61If4vx
Great screen, speakers (LOUD, great speakers), and trim bezels make this a media monster.
Fast at everything, handles all my emulated games and Office apps, Pydroid for coding
DeX is great but it needs the keyboard and mouse to get full use out of it.
S-Pen is always a lovely addition, great for doodles and semi-serious art.
Air Actions are genuinely useful (depending on the app)
The Book Cover keyboard is not worth the price. It's useful but not £100+ useful. Mine also is still stuck in American layout when typing after firmware updates when its UK layout.
S-Pen button needs the ability to act independently in apps. I'm sick of pressing it while drawing for the Shortcuts screen to come up.
No Linux on DeX available yet on this device.
I believe my niggles can be fixed with software updates. Please see this post, Samsung.
Anonymous, 05 Oct 2019can i use it to receive and make voice calls just like a regaled phone? If you use the LTE version, you can call and receive calls just like a regular phone.
can i use it to receive and make voice calls just like a regaled phone?