Experience A Powerful PC-Like Performance With The New SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab S6

Experience A Powerful PC-Like Performance With The New SAMSUNG Galaxy Tab S6

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Save The Children Philippines Launches “E-Regalo Sa Mga Bata”

For every Php 10,000 raised through E-Regalo sa mga Bata, Save the Children will provide learning kits and life-saving essentials to 20 children.

DOTr Sec. Tugade Urges Drivers Of PUV To Participate In Gov’t’s Service Contract Program

Sa ilalim ng Service Contracting Program ng LTFRB, maaaring makatanggap ng karagdagang kita ang mga drayber na lubos na naapektuhan ang pangkabuhayan dahil sa COVID-19 pandemic.

In New Education Normal, Volunteers Help Fill Crucial Learning Gaps

“I volunteered because I didn’t want these kids to waste their time learning nothing,” says Emy Tarnate, one of the hundreds of volunteers helping children survive an education system altered by a global health crisis.

ECHO, OXFAM, World Vision, And ADRA Partner To Support Goni-Displaced Families In Bicol

World Vision, along with several of its partners, vows to provide immediate aid to the most affected communities in the hard-hit areas of the Bicol region.

More and more Filipinos are becoming part of the New Work Tribe. These are enterprising individuals who are creating new career paths by turning their passions into professions. They live on-the-go lifestyles that give them the power to take on multiple roles and tasks at the same time. That’s why they like to invest in tools that help them to create anytime, anywhere—just like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6. The latest tablet from the Korean tech brand offers a powerful PC-like experience in a slim and portable body.

The Galaxy Tab S6, comes with the improved Samsung DeX technology which lets the New Work Tribe seamlessly connect to another display using an HDMI cable and run their apps on a bigger screen. This premium feature also allows them to easily transfer files, photos, and videos to other gadgets.

Powering the tablet is a 7nm processor that delivers optimized productivity and gaming performance which is supported by its huge 7,040mAh battery to last users a whole day. All these are packed in a light, sleek, and portable 5.7mm-slim body weighing just 420g. It’s heavy enough to perform like a powerful PC but is light enough to be carried like a smartphone.

Additionally, the accompanying portable book cover keyboard offers a seamless desktop experience even on the go. Multitasking also becomes an art form with the tablet’s multi-window feature where the screen can be split to display two apps at the same time.

The Galaxy Tab S6 is built for productivity with its revolutionary S Pen. Ideas can be brought to life in an instant by writing and sketching with the Bluetooth remote control function even when another app is open. The S Pen’s Air action feature also allows creatives to intuitively control the tablet using simple hand gestures.

The S Pen is redesigned to be more stylish with colors to match the tablet’s body. It is magnetically attached to the back and can be grabbed right away to capture moments of sudden inspiration. Those with a creative eye can even use the tablet’s ultra-wide camera with scene optimizer to take stunning shots from day to night.

The Galaxy Tab S6 also serves as a hub for inspiration as it is pre-installed with Netflix and Spotify. Its 10.5” superAMOLED display and AKG-tuned quad speakers with Dolby Atmos allow for a more immersive entertainment experience, while the on-screen optical fingerprint scanner delivers maximum convenience and added security where users can swiftly unlock the screen with a simple tap.

The Galaxy Tab S6 is available at Samsung Experience Stores nationwide with a suggested retail price of Php 47,990. The tablet comes in Mountain Gray and Rose Blush with a free Book cover keyboard.

14 Aspiring Housemates Head To Manila As “PBB” Opens House Soon

Handa ka na bang makilala ang mga susunod na housemates ni Kuya?

In New Education Normal, Volunteers Help Fill Crucial Learning Gaps

“I volunteered because I didn’t want these kids to waste their time learning nothing,” says Emy Tarnate, one of the hundreds of volunteers helping children survive an education system altered by a global health crisis.

DPWH To Complete P3.4-B GenSan-SoCot Bypass Road In 2021

The DPWH is targeting to fully open late next year the PHP3.4-billion road network that connects General Santos City and the municipalities of Surallah and Tboli in South Cotabato province.

Ayala Museum Virtual Exhibition Features Early Works Of Arturo Luz

Have your first online museum experience at Ayala Museum’s first virtual gallery!

DOTr Sec. Tugade Urges Drivers Of PUV To Participate In Gov’t’s Service Contract Program

Sa ilalim ng Service Contracting Program ng LTFRB, maaaring makatanggap ng karagdagang kita ang mga drayber na lubos na naapektuhan ang pangkabuhayan dahil sa COVID-19 pandemic.

PLDT-Smart To Install 2 More Fiber Landing Stations In 2021

PLDT and its wireless subsidiary Smart is set to ramp up its broadband and data services by adding two more fiber cable landing stations in the country next year.

‘No SafePass, No Entry’ Begins At Ilocos Norte Capitol

Starting November 25, employees and visitors with official transactions at the offices of Ilocos Norte Provincial Capitol will be required to present a SafePass Quick Response (QR) code upon entry and exit.

PRRD Hails Saudi Removal Of Restrictions On Foreign Laborers

Good news! Under the LRI, foreign workers in Saudi Arabia will be allowed to transfer to another employer without the current employer’s consent upon contract expiration.

Davao City To Improve Covid-19 Holding, Isolation Areas

Davao city government aims to further improve the holding and isolation facilities within the Southern Philippines Medical Center by adding more isolation facilities and holding areas for COVID-19 patients.

Save The Children Philippines Launches “E-Regalo Sa Mga Bata”

For every Php 10,000 raised through E-Regalo sa mga Bata, Save the Children will provide learning kits and life-saving essentials to 20 children.