Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra Coming Soon, Renders Leak
Renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra have surfaced online, showcasing the tablet’s appearance
On August 10, Samsung is reportedly holding a debut event for its newest foldable smartphones, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and the Galaxy Z Flip 5. Samsung is rumored to unveil a new series of premium tablets soon in addition to these unique foldable gadgets. The popular Galaxy Tab S8 series will be replaced by these tablets, the Galaxy Tab 9 series. The Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra surfaced online before launch, showing its design. Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra Coming Soon.
Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra from Samsung
In a recent tweet, well-known tipper Evan Blass (via MySmartPrice) published renderings of the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra will have a speaker grille and a USB Type-C connector at the bottom, according to the renderings. Power and volume buttons are located on the tablet’s right side, while Pogo connector pins are located on the left side enabling easy external keyboard attachment.
As shown in the video, the tablet will have a svelte metal unibody design. The device’s back will include an LED flash, a twin camera system, and the Samsung logo at the bottom. The tablet will have a notch and somewhat bigger side bezels, according to the renderings.
Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra Spec:
According to rumors, the WQXGA+ display on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra would measure 14.6 inches, keeping the same proportions as its predecessor. It weighs about 737 grams and has a thin 5.5mm thickness.
The tablet’s powerful 11,200mAh battery, which supports 45W rapid charging, will power its performance. It’s important to keep in mind, though, that the box could not contain a charger. The Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra will come with a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, with a clock speed of 3.36GHz, on par with the Galaxy S23 series, to further increase its capabilities. Additionally, a substantial RAM capacity of up to 16GB LPDDR5X is anticipated.
The Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra will have an IP68 grade for durability, guaranteeing its resistance to water and dust. This certification makes the tablet suitable for use outdoors and in difficult conditions since it enables it to resist immersion in water for 30 minutes at a depth of up to 1.5 meters.
There is a lot of anticipation around Samsung’s impending launch event as the firm is believed to introduce the Galaxy Z Fold 5, Galaxy Z Flip 5, and the much-awaited Galaxy Tab 9 series. One of the tablets in this range, the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra, has already surfaced online, revealing its svelte form and standout features.
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