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Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 camera, display, fingerprint, and battery specifications emerge

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The earlier reports of the Galaxy Tab S9 series revealed Tab S9 Ultra’s battery specification. They claim that the tablet will have a 10,880 mAh battery, which is a bit less than the 11,220 mAh battery found in the Tab S8 Ultra. It is also said that it might include a 14.6-inch 2,960 x 1,848 display, 16 GB of RAM. The leak claimed that the Ultra weighs 737 grams and has dimensions of 208.6 x 326.4 x 5.5mm. Now a recent report has been made public regarding the display features and battery specifications of the Galaxy Tab S9 series.

Rumoured news that Samsung might put an AMOLED panel on the smallest Galaxy Tab S9, Galaxy Tab S9+, and Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra devices first arose in April. A leaker has now revealed this assertion. Ahmed Qwaider has been a frequent information provider of upcoming Samsung devices through his leaks. Samsung focuses on all three models of this series equally. As proof of this, Dynamic AMOLED 2x screens with a resolution of 120Hz will be offered for the entire Galaxy Tab S9 family.

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

As you can see, the leaker releases several other information; for example, compared to the previous generation, it seems that this year all three Galaxy Tab S9 models will have a fingerprint detection scanner under the display; this would be allowed by upgrading the full range to the Dynamic AMOLED 2X displays.

However, the previous two versions, Tab S7 and Tab S8 had a basic model with an LCD screen. AMOLED was given instead of LCD for the Plus and Ultra variants to create a smaller and more inexpensive one. The battery life could be enhanced with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy CPU. The maximum wired charging speed for the new tablets will remain at 45W. The same processor was used in the S23 series, which ensured better battery performance.

The most discussed feature of the Tab S9 series is its camera and S Pen latency. The Ultra model’s S Pen latency is just 2.8ms. An IP68 (previous rumors spoke of IP67) rating is anticipated for all three models, which would be the first premium Galaxy Tablets. With the exception of the 128GB storage option, it is said that Samsung will also upgrade to LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage. The screen’s dimensions and resolution won’t change from the previous year. These three tablets will have screen sizes of 11 inches, 12.4 inches, and 14.6 inches.


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One UI 6.1 Arrives for Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE and S9 FE+

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After introducing the One UI 6.1 update to flagship tablets, including the Galaxy Tab S9 series and Galaxy Tab S8 series, the fan edition tablets have also started getting the new update. The Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Galaxy Tab S9 FE+ are starting to get the UI 6.1 update.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Galaxy Tab S9 FE+ were spotted getting new updates in Europe and South Korea. More specifically, in South Korea, the update is spotted for the Wi-Fi variant, which is coming with the firmware version numbers X510XXU3BXE1 and X610XXU3BXE1, respectively.

Meanwhile, in Europe, the 5G variant of these devices is getting a new update with the firmware version number X*16BXXU3BXDG, respectively. For the Wi-Fi variant, the update is coming with the firmware version number X*10XXU3BXE1.

The One UI 6.1 update for Galaxy Tab S9 FE devices doesn’t bring any AI features, but even after that, the update provides some significant changes for the tablets. With the latest update, there are several new features, like copy and paste from one image to another, more accurate image clipping, and multiple customization features related to lock screen, alarm, calendar, and many more.

If you want to take advantage of new features, then you can now update your Galaxy Tab S9 FE series device to the latest version by following some simple steps: go to the system settings, then tap on the software update menu. If the update is available, tap on the download button, but some time it takes time to reach every unit, so you have to wait for some time.

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Samsung updates Galaxy Tab A8 to the April 2024 security patch in several countreis

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Samsung has rapidly distributed the April 2024 security patch update for its eligible Galaxy devices, but due to the long list of devices, the company is still not successful in distributing the update to all the devices at the same time. Now, with the latest development, Samsung has started rolling out the update for the Galaxy Tab A8.

Notably, the Galaxy Tab A8 series has started receiving the April 2024 security patch update in South Korea and in several European countries. More specifically, the Wi-Fi and LTE models of the Galaxy Tab A8 are getting the update with the firmware version numbers X200XXS3DXD5 and X205NKOS3DXD5, respectively, in South Korea. Meanwhile, the European units of the Galaxy Tab A8 LTE and Galaxy Tab A8 Wi-Fi are getting the update with the firmware version numbers X205XXS3DXD5 and X200XXS3DXD5, respectively.

The April 2024 security patch update doesn’t bring any new features or changes for your tablet, but it will provide you with a bunch of security enhancements that will surely provide some extra protection against external threats.

It is worth noticing that the Galaxy Tab A8 tables are receiving the first update after One UI 6.0, so if, after the installation of the major update, you are facing any type of issue, then the latest security patch update may help you get rid of that issue.

If you are using the Galaxy Tab A8 device in South Korea or any European country, then you should update your device to the latest update by simply going to the software update menu from the system settings.


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Galaxy Tab S10 Series may be delayed, but rumored to be released alongside the Galaxy S25 phones

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Samsung doesn’t follow a specific timeframe for introducing its flagship lineup of devices; for instance, the Galaxy Tab S8 series was launched in March 2022, while the Galaxy Tab S9 was launched in August 2023. There is almost a five-month gap in between, so the next Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra could be available with the Galaxy S25 series.

For the performance enhancement, Samsung is confused as to when it will provide which process for the Galaxy Tab S10 series. As Qualcomm officially takes the wraps off its Snapdragon X Elite and Snapdragon X Plus, it may face another issue as Qualcomm could unveil its Gen 4 processor in October. Along with this, it is unclear if the less expensive Galaxy Tab S10 and Galaxy Tab S10 Plus will launch next to the Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra.

According to some reports, the Korean giant is planning to introduce the dual chipset strategy with the Galax S25 series devices. It is expected that some models will feature the Exynos variant while the Snapdragon processor will power others. Some rumors also claim that the Exynos 2500 could be rolled out in two versions: one equipped with an Octa-core CPU cluster and the other equipped with a 10-core cluster.

The 10-core cluster equipped with Exynos 2500 could be specially tailor-made for the tablets, maybe for the Galaxy Tab S10 series. If that turns out to be true, then it will be more cost-effective, and the user may get the next flagship table at a low price.

However, if Samsung uses its in-house processor, the Exynos 2500, then it may not provide certain weight to the competition in Apple’s upcoming m3 chipset-powered iPad Pro lineup. Due to all these factors, the company may take time to release its next premium flagship tablet.


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