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Item specifics

Condition:
New: A brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging (where packaging is ...
UPC:
0649661040521
Processor:
Octa Core
Screen Size:
10.4 in
Color:
Blue
RAM Size:
4 GB
Internet Connectivity:
Wi-Fi
Processor Speed:
1.70 GHz
Brand:
Samsung
Series:
Samsung Galaxy Tab
Type:
Tablet
Battery Capacity:
5000-7999 mAh
Display Type:
TFT
Maximum Resolution:
2000 x 1200
Model:
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
Connectivity:
Bluetooth, USB 2.0, USB-C
Processor Model:
Exynos 9610
Operating System:
Android
Features:
Built-In Front Camera, Bluetooth, Email, Built-In Rear Camera, Expandable Memory, Touch Screen, Integrated Speakers, MP3 Player, Facial Recognition, Video Recorder, Web Browser, File Browsing, Built-in Microphone
Storage Capacity:
64 GB
Battery Run Time:
12 hrs
Item Width:
6.07 in
Item Weight:
0.46 kg







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