Samsung Galaxy Tab S9+ is expected to succeed the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ (pictured)
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 series is anticipated to launch soon. The series is anticipated to be introduced in the second half of the year during a Galaxy Unpacked event. The Galaxy Tab S9, Galaxy Tab S9+, and Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra tablets are most likely to be part of the series. Apart from a few leaks and reports over the past few months that revealed specifics of a few peripheral features and specifications, not much is known about the series as of yet. According to a recent source, the Galaxy Tab S9+, which is anticipated to replace the Galaxy Tab S8+, was recently seen on a well-known benchmarking website, giving various important details about the tablet.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9+ was detected on Geekbench with the model number SM-X816B, according to a MySmartPrice report. The listing implies that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, which has a maximum clock speed of 3.36GHz, will power the tablet’s global variant, further indicating that it is the “for Galaxy” version of the flagship chipset.
According to the description, the Galaxy Tab S9+ tablet will ship with One UI 5 on top of Android 13 out of the box. The device will include up to 256GB of internal storage as well as up to 12GB of RAM, according to the statement.
The Galaxy Tab S9+ tablet is expected to have a 12.4-inch display with a resolution of 1752 x 2800 pixels and a pixel density of 266ppi, according to earlier sources. The device will probably also have a dual back camera setup with an LED flash and a S Pen magnetic dock. A second sensor on the right bezel of the device is depicted in design renderings; this sensor could be a second selfie camera for use while the tablet is in landscape mode.
The Galaxy Tab S9+ is anticipated to be 285.4 x 185.4 x 5.64mm in dimension. It has four speakers, a USB Type-C port, an in-display fingerprint sensor, and support for Samsung DeX. The Galaxy Tab S9 series may have an IP67 designation for dust and water protection, according to an earlier rumour.