Samsung launched their recently developed tablet series, the Galaxy Tab S9 series—the Galaxy Tab S9, Galaxy Tab S9+, and Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra—at the Unpacked Event alongside the foldables, the Galaxy Watch 6 series, a week ago. There have always been talks about the fan edition variant of the Galaxy Tab S9 FE+, and it seems to be nearing its launch. According to a reliable source, MySmartPrice, the Galaxy Tab S9 FE+ was spotted on the FCC certification website.
The fan edition of the tablet seems to come in two variants: the Wi-Fi-only variant holds the model number SM-X610, and the 5G version bears the model number SM-X616B. The FCC listing reveals 45W rapid charging, S-Pen, Bluetooth, audio, video, and keyboard compatibility as additional capabilities. The listing also verifies the GPS, Wi-Fi 6, and Bluetooth 5.3 features. Samsung’s Exynos 1380 processor may power up the tablet.
The certification reveals that a battery included in the FE tablet will have the model number EB-BX818ABY. The processor change in the upcoming FE tablet may point to performance enhancement. The tablet may include a fingerprint sensor installed on the side, and a dual speaker with a smart connection may be included. The gadget is rumored to feature dual cameras and a 12.4-inch display screen.
The tablet is expected to follow a 285.4 x 185.4 x 6.54 mm dimension with grey, light green, pink, and green color variants. It is also expected that there will be another fan edition tablet, the Galaxy Tab S9 FE, but it has not been confirmed by the firm yet. The firm didn’t reveal any official announcement regarding the launch of these FE tablets, which was expected to happen at the Unpacked event. Now that these tablets were spotted by the FCC and received certification, it makes sense to think that there will be an announcement expected to launch in a few weeks.
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