Samsung Galaxy Tab S9, corroborating design & rumored features : Know more!

There are rumors that Samsung is working hard on a new flagship tablet series called the Galaxy Tab S9. According to many reports, the Galaxy Tab S9 family may make their début in August of this year, alongside the Galaxy Fold 5 and the Galaxy Flip 5. The reliable tipster OnLeaks has joined up with Woloftablet to share the CAD renders of the upcoming Galaxy Tab S9 Plus.

This happened a couple of months before the launch was expected to take place. The newly released renders provide a glimpse at the tablet’s design from all different angles.

The appearance of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Plus is identical to that of its predecessor, the Galaxy Tab S8 Plus. One of the most noticeable differences is that multiple camera modules are now located on the rear of the device. This is a design aesthetic that Samsung implemented on the Galaxy S23 series of smartphones and the most current phones in the A-series.

The Galaxy Tab S8 Plus is 285 millimeters long, 185 millimeters wide, and 5.7 millimeters thick. According to the latest rumor, the Galaxy Tab S9 Plus has dimensions of 285.4 by 185.4 by 5.64 millimeters. Therefore, compared to its predecessor, the Tab S9+ will not offer a discernible improvement in its overall appearance. Also Read – Galaxy S23 users need to be on the lookout for update

The Galaxy Tab S9 Plus is shown to have a single camera mounted on the front of the device and a fingerprint scanner embedded underneath the display, according to the CAD mockups. The mobile gadget will maintain its support for the S Pen stylus and continue to come equipped with quad speakers.

According to a recent report, the Galaxy Tab S9 lineup will include two versions besides the Galaxy Tab S9, namely the Galaxy Tab S9 and the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra. Also Read – Samsung Galaxy S24 could get a totally new update rate

According to the specifications, each model has a water and dust protection rating of IP67. There have been rumors that the Tab S9 series is propelled by a specialized version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, the same processor used in the Galaxy S23 series.

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