Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Galaxy Tab S9 FE Plus from Samsung are featured on TDRA:
In addition, Samsung’s highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE Plus made an appearance on TDRA bearing the model number SM-X610. The new Galaxy Tab S9 FE series is not going to be released to the public for quite some time; its debut is not expected to take place until the middle of October. The vast majority of the information is now public knowledge thanks to recent leaks as well as design renderings, despite the fact that the company has not yet confirmed anything.
The tablet is now officially recognized as having made its debut in the UAE as a result of its recent listing on TDRA. According to leaks, there will be two versions: the Galaxy Tab S9 FE and the Galaxy Tab S9 FE Plus. Both of these will be available. Each tablet has a slightly different display size, in addition to other differences in its specifications.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE appears to have a screen that is 10.9 inches in size, whereas the Galaxy Tab S9 FE Plus will have a display that is 12.4 inches in size. According to OnLeaks, the Tab S9 FE will have dimensions of 285.4 x 185.4 x 6.54 mm across its edges, making it significantly larger than the more compact model. In addition, the renders demonstrated a magnetic strip, which could be interpreted as evidence of the existence of an S-Pen. However, the S-Pen is not mentioned anywhere in the FCC listing for the device.
Both tablets are equipped with Exynos 1380 chipsets and offer a choice of either 6GB or 8GB of RAM according to Geekbench. In addition to this, the charger for the EP-TA800 will support rapid charging at 25W. It would set you back close to $600 for the standard model, making it significantly more expensive than the Galaxy Tab S7 FE, which can be purchased for $529.