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Samsung Galaxy Tab S5 to launch with S Pen

12 June 2019 0

Samsung has long been known for launching the Galaxy Note series of smartphones with a stylus. The same is also true for its Galaxy Tablets ever since its Galaxy Tab S3. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 had one and now the upcoming Galaxy S5 Tab will also be launching with its own stylus. The launch of the Galaxy Tab S5e ushered in doubts regarding the launch of the Galaxy Tab S5 with a stylus. This is because the Galaxy Tab S5e launched without one.

However, the Galaxy Tab S5 will come with its own stylus. The S Pen is certainly a good addition and helps makes operations simpler. It adds functionality and works well with the S Pen features. The fact that the Galaxy Tab S5 will come with an S Pen is a good indication that it will be more expensive than the Galaxy Tab S5e. This means that the Tab S5 is bound to cost more than 399 Euro. Considering the fact that the Tab S4 launched at a price tag of 699 Euro, there’s a good chance that the Tab S5 will release for around the same price.

The Galaxy Tab S4 will skip the 64GB storage variant and launch with a base model of 128GB internal storage. The next storage variant of the tab will be equipped with 512GB RAM. Rumour has it that the smartphone will be driven by the Snapdragon 855 SoC. What still remains a mystery is when Samsung intends to launch the device. Do you think that the company will launch it with the Galaxy Note 10 or after the launch of the Galaxy Note 10? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!


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