The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra could use an exclusive ‘for Galaxy’ chipset

I’ve owned a number of tablets and I have to say that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 has been my favourite so far. I don’t want to get into a debate on whether Android tablets are better than iPad, although I’ll happily talk about the Tab S7, because it is a great tablet, with some unique features to boot.

The first thing

The device is said to come with a microLED display. That’s a screen that does not require a backlight, which means it will consume less power, and is also easier to produce and cheaper to manufacture. Furthermore,

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab lineup might not be as popular as its flagship smartphones and foldables, but it is hard to ignore the company’s offerings when buying a new tablet. The Korean giant is among the few companies in the market with a high-end Android tablet lineup. Last year’s Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra impressed us with its massive display and powerful internals. For 2023, the company is preparing the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra and it seems set on using a major component that first appeared on the Samsung Galaxy S23 lineup. The leak also claims that the tablet will feature a 12.2-inch ‘S-AMOLED’ display with a resolution of 1440 x 2560 (and a corresponding pixel density of 434 PPI. It will be powered by a LTE-capable 4,000mAh battery.

The leak also claims that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra will come with a physical home button that will function as a fingerprint sensor

A new leak surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra claims the tablet will feature a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 ‘for Galaxy’ chipset. Qualcomm’s latest high-end chipset is among the fastest SoC available for Android devices and powers many of the best Android phones.

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