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

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.

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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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