Five colors, five tablets, two possible launch dates
The high-end Galaxy Tab S9, Tab S9+, and Tab S9 Ultra are expected to be officially announced at a Unpacked event in Seoul sometime in late July. Additionally, there will be a mid-range Tab S9 FE and a surprising Tab S9 FE+ variant, which was completely unexpected.
2021’s Galaxy Tab S7 FE (pictured here) will be followed up at last with not one but two Fan Edition tablets this year.
These are the expected Tab S9 family upgrades
This Twitter leaker has been somewhat accurate with Samsung-related information in the past, although not as reliable as Ross Young.
Rendered a while back by a rock-solid source, the Galaxy Tab S9+ looks mighty familiar.
The Galaxy Tab S9 is expected to be a significant upgrade over its predecessor, featuring a Dynamic AMOLED 2X display, on-screen fingerprint sensor, and an 8,400mAh battery, among other improvements. The entire ultra-high-end Android tablet trio is rumored to have IP68 water and dust resistance, enhanced quad speaker sound quality by 25 percent, and a new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor.
When it comes to camera capabilities, the Tab S9 is rumored to remove the secondary 6MP rear shooter present in its predecessor. The Tab S9+ and Tab S9 Ultra may upgrade to an 8-megapixel secondary rear camera while keeping the rest of their features intact. The battery sizes of the Tab S9 Plus and S9 Ultra are expected to remain the same as the Tab S8 Plus and S8 Ultra, which may seem underwhelming.
Regardless, we can expect three remarkable new contenders for the title of the best Android tablet when they are released in just over a month, even if some specifications and features are similar to their predecessors.