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Next month, South Korea will play host to the next Galaxy Unpacked event, according to Samsung. The company hasn’t yet made it official which gadgets would be unveiled during the occasion. It appears likely that the company will introduce the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and the Galaxy Z Fold 5 with its newest high-end tablets.
According to @_snoopytech_, the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra, model number SM-X910, has successfully completed the FCC certification process. It will be the most expensive tablet in Samsung’s future line-up. The device features Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, but the version numbers are hidden in the certification document. There will probably be two additional tablets in the lineup, the Galaxy Tab S9 and Galaxy Tab S9+.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra just got FCC certified pic.twitter.com/5rWxcCXQf5
— SnoopyTech (@_snoopytech_) June 9, 2023
Galaxy Tab S9, S9+, S9 Ultra specifications
The Galaxy Tab S9 line of tablets will all share the same style as its forerunners, according to earlier rumors. And unlike the Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S8, which had LCD screens, even the entry model Galaxy Tab S9 will have an OLED screen. The Galaxy Tab S9 series will have an IP67 classification for dust and water protection, which we have exclusively discovered.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 For Galaxy chipset, the Android 13-based One UI 5.1.1, and a guarantee of up to four years of significant Android OS updates are likely to be shared by all Galaxy Tab S9 tablets. The tablets may use 45W fast charging and have slightly larger batteries than their predecessors.