Galaxy Tablet S6 Review
Galaxy Tablet S6 Review :Hey you guys it’s max max tech we just got the brand new Samsung Galaxy Tab s6 in and today we’re gonna be comparing it with Apple’s 11 inch iPad pro you guys may have seen my galaxy s5 evideos and I was really impressed with that tablet Samsung did a fantastic job but there was one thing that kept me from recommending it to most people who like to buy a tablet every to say two to three years and that was the processor inside of it now here the tab s6 is going to fix that now right out of the gate we see a couple differences in the Box first off the tab s6 comes with an S Pen you don’t have to purchase it separately but we’ll be talking about that in just a bit when we compare it to the Apple pencil but second is the charger unfortunately the tab s6 does not come with that new amazing 25 watt Samsung charger that comes with a note 10 plus but instead the same 15 watt charger that has a standard USB here and a USB type-c on the other end whereas the iPad pro comes with an 18 watt USB type-c charger the same one that we expect in the new upcoming iPhones the Essex’s battery is slightly smaller so charging time should be fairly similar as you guys can see they look quite similar from the top.
But that does change once we pick it up the top s6 is super thin and super lightweight you definitely feel it in the hands compared to the iPad pro you may have also noticed that there is a decent size difference between the two even though the specs don’t make it seem like there is so the iPad is actually a little bit taller and quite a bit wider because of different display aspect ratio which we’ll talk about in just a bit both of these high-end tablets do use USB type-c neither of them have a headphone jack unfortunately and both of them also do have quad speaker so two at the bottom and two at the top now.
Galaxy TabLet S6 iPad
Galaxy Tablet S6 Review The iPad has its magnetic connector for the Apple pencil here on the side whereas the new tab s6 actually puts it on the back over here let’s test it out essentially it actually just magnetized right here not in that slot and the pencil does move around quite a bit the magnets actually up here as you guys can tell so it’s not doesn’t seem as a secure or a strong of a connection compared to the iPad now the next major difference is authentication the tab s6 gives you a variety of different options of what most people are going to be using is the fingerprint authentication where this new tab s6 actually uses an optical and display fingerprint scanner unlike their flagship phones that use an ultrasonic sensor what we’ve seen with the oneplus phones is the the optical ones actually we’re quicker and they’re a bit more reliable okay not bad wow that is definitely faster than on the s10 phones and on the note 10 as well but of course the iPad pro uses face ID as you guys could see it already unlocked before I swiped and what the iPad you can hold it any direction I can hold it sideways upside down as long as you’re not blocking the sensor here it will work it works fast very secure and very reliable so.
I would say that face ID is better than having to put your fingerprint on there as you guys can see it works really well now let’s go ahead and compare the displace and the first thing that I have to mention because it really just popped out like crazy is the reflectivity the iPad has much less reflections and the screen looks dark or black even when it’s shut off whereas the tab s6 has a ton of reflectivity and it picks up all sorts of colors so brown from that kind of wall bluish over here it is a massive difference and along with that if we pick it up and start looking from the sides the screen is kind of wavy which is very interesting almost like it’s made out of plastic which I don’t think it is I think it’s glass now another big difference is the aspect ratio so the Samsung is actually a 16 by 10 display not a sixteen by nine but the iPad is actually a four by three so that means that even though the specs 11 inch versus 10 and a half those seem very similar in the real world the iPad has a lot more usable screen real estate the next question is does the tap s6 put out more light to battle that reflectivity and the answer is and no not at all the iPad is definitely quite a bit brighter and when we max both of these out I’m still seeing a bunch of reflections on the tab six where’s the iPad has none whatsoever because of that brighter display now as far as the shift looking from the sides the iPad does have a little bit more brightness shift but because the display is brighter even from the side.