Thanks to Samsung, tablet lovers can now make the most of the world’s first 5G portable computer. But, Huawei is also a fierce competitor. That is why we decided to compare one of the top three tablets on the market. This article is about the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 5G, Huawei MediaPad M6, and Apple iPad Pro 11 comparison.
Tablets are not that desired by consumers. That is the reason why this category of the portable computer market is in decline. However, a few companies are doing very well at keeping consumers entertained, such as Apple, for example. The premium tablets, which are more advanced and sophisticated, are still looked up to by the users.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 5G Vs Huawei MediaPad M6 Vs iPad Pro 11
In terms of design, the tablet from Apple and Samsung are on top. Both models have very narrow bezels around the screen, something that the Huawei tablet lacks. The difference is that the Apple device has thinner bezels than the tablet produced by Samsung.
But, the Galaxy Tab S6 5G is more compact that the tablet produced by Apple due to the lesser 0.5 inches. Both iPad Pro 11 and Galaxy Tab S6 5G feature a similar aluminum unibody design.
One thing that all of these three portable devices have in common is a stylus. However, the Galaxy Tab S6 5G stylus is more sophisticated with its Bluetooth feature and extra sensors that allow motion control.
In terms of display, the Galaxy Tab S6 5G offers the best deal. This tablet features a Super AMOLED panel, coupled with a high Quad HD+ resolution and an HDR10+. Samsung has produced an excellent display for its tablet, one of the best that was ever available for this category of device.
On the other hand, Huawei MediaPad M6 and iPad Pro 11 features an IPS panel with a 2K resolution. However, the Apple tablet has better quality. All three tablets can support a magnetic keyboard.
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Performance-wise, the iPad Pro 11 tablet is the best product of the three. Apple products are well known for their excellent quality, and this tablet is no different. It features excellent software optimization and a 1 TB onboard storage. However, comparing it with the Galaxy Tab S6 5G on daily use, the latter is not that far behind.
Take into consideration that Samsung’s device is powered by a Snapdragon 855 processor, coupled with an 8GB of RAM. But, in the end, Apple’s tablet performance doesn’t change the fact that the Galaxy Tab S6 is the first tablet to sport a 5G modem. Huawei MediaPad M6 falls behind.
In terms of camera, iPad 11 Pro sport the best onboard camera; however, once again, Galaxy Tab S6 5G is the special tablet featuring a dual camera that also offers an ultrawide lens. Depending on the type of photos that you prefer, you can choose either one of the tablets. You won’t be disappointed. Huawei’s tablet will get the last place in this category as well.
The only department in which the Huawei MediaPad M6 could win is the battery. A 7500 mAh battery fuels the tablet. If you are looking for a great life tablet that won’t let you down that easy, go for the Huawei MediaPad M6. Don’t expect the Galaxy Tab S6 5G to last as long as the Huawei device.
iPad Pro 11 is available around the world. The other two are sold only in certain regions. That is why making a price comparison between the three is not fair.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 5G will be sold for about 940 dollars in South Korea, Huawei MediaPad M6 price is meager at only 330 dollars in China, while the iPad Pro 11 costs about 1,000 around the globe.
If you’re on a budget, you can find Huawei MediaPad M6 online, on different Chinese retailers. But, Samsung Galaxy S6 5G and iPad Pro 11 are the best of the three. If it were for us to make a suggestion, we would say that iPad Pro 11 is indeed an excellent tablet, and it’s also available worldwide.
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