The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 and Galaxy Watch Active 2 are anything but offered by Samsung in a short YouTube video SamMobile. The clip simply stops mentioning the full names of the devices, but we have at least confirmation that the Galaxy Watch Active 2 exists and that the Galaxy Tab S6 has a notch on its back to which a S Pen stylus can be attached magnetic.
The Galaxy Watch Active 2 appears to have a glass dial that reaches to the edge, giving your finger enough room to use the rumored touch sensitive ring. This teaser shows the flashy heart rate sensor of the watch, possibly a hint to its ECG capability. However, according to a report from this function will not be ready until 2020 Wareable.
Samsung spends a little more time on the Galaxy Tab S6 in the teaser, showing off various functions, including what appears to be the double rear camera array that we are popping up in a recent rumor, a keyboard that can be magnetically attached to the tablet via Smart Connector-like pogo pins and the S Pen resting on the back of the Tab S6. I am not sold because this is the most ergonomically friendly place for a stylus, especially in comparison with the newer iPad Pro & # 39; s solution to magnetically attach the Apple Pencil to the edge for charging, which lets you lay the tablet flat can put.
The teaser does not show that both devices are switched on, but a few new renderings of SamMobile show what that might look like on the S6 tab. Comparing the display with the Samsung-made teaser proves a virtual match between the two, but neither solves a few remaining rumors, such as whether the tablet has an in-display fingerprint sensor or whether the Snapdragon 855 processor is in it, as rumors suggest.
One of the more interesting pieces of information in the teaser is the launch data of these devices. The Galaxy Tab S6 is unveiled on July 31, while the Galaxy Watch Active 2 follows on August 5. Both dates are for the Unpacked event from Samsung on August 7, where the Galaxy Note 10 and possibly a larger Galaxy Note 10 Pro are expected to be revealed.