“There will be 5 new Samsung tablets, but not at the same time”

"There will be 5 new Samsung tablets, but not at the same time"

Samsung is likely to release new foldable devices, watches, and tablets at the end of July. For the latter, we’re expecting a Tab S9, Tab S9 Plus, and Tab S9 Ultra, but it looks like we can also expect two new Tab S9s after July. Read here how.

Read on after the announcement.

Five Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 tablets in 2023

It is rumored that Samsung will hold an Unpacked event earlier this year. Last year, new foldable devices and smartwatches were shown, such as the Z Flip 4 series, Fold 4 and Watch 5. However, this year we are also expecting new tablets from Samsung, namely the Tab S9 line.

It was previously announced that the Tab S9 series will consist of not three, but four devices this year. The fourth is the Tab S9 FE. Now expect a trusted source (Ross Young) also has a fifth tablet from Samsung in the form of the Tab S9 FE Plus. However, according to the source, these FE tablets are not on track to be offered. It is expected that this will be after two or three months.

We know little about FE discs other than the colors. It depends young man into four variants, namely grey, light green, light pink, and silver. Samsung’s FE models are usually much more affordable than the regular variants. This is because FEs are made of cheaper materials. However, speed is not sacrificed.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 line specifications

As for the regular Tab S9, Tab S9 Plus, and Tab S9 Ultra, we already know a lot about the specs. For example, the Tab S9 is getting a major screen upgrade. The Tab S8 has an LCD panel, which now changes to an amoled screen. The Tab S9 also gets a larger battery.

Plus and Ultra models undergo minor changes. For example, the cameras get a slightly higher resolution of 8MP, and the speakers sound better, but the battery remains the same size. The entire Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 line is powered by the smooth Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip and the entire line gets IP68 dust and water resistance.

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