Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 may launch with One UI 5.1.1 and Android 13

The exciting news about the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 series has become top news among Android tablet users. This news became more thrilling when several sources revealed that the S9 tablet series adapts Android 13-based One UI 5.1.1 as its software, providing users with a seamless and enhanced interface. Earlier this month, Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra, with model number SM-X910, being a member of the S9 series, got its FCC certificate.

Issuing the FCC certificate for an electronic device means that the product has been approved and tested to comply with FCC(Federal Communications Commission) standards. In a Simplified form, it means that the device meets regulated limits for ionizing radiation. Popular Tipster SnoopyTech released a purported screenshot of the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra running on the One UI 5.1.1 software, heightening the expectation.

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The screenshot demonstrates how One UI 5.1.1 and One UI 5.0 have a similar look and feel. The Settings app uses the same layout and icon style as before, indicating that there might not be many cosmetic changes.

It is expected that the S9 tablet series will be released next to Samsung’s most anticipated foldable devices, Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5, later this July.

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