The South Korean giant Samsung unveiled their next lineup of tablets, the Galaxy Tab S9 series, at the Unpacked event last month. After launching the expensive tablets on the market, the firm is set to bring out the budget-friendly FE variants of the tablet, the Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Galaxy Tab S9 FE+. The Galaxy Tab S9 FE series might debut shortly, as these gadgets have already received the required regulatory certifications and leaks have exposed the primary specifications. The business has also added help pages for the gadgets on their official website.
The pages clarify the colors and storage possibilities for both versions. GalaxyVilaga, a Hungarian news outlet, has discovered support pages for the Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Galaxy Tab S9 FE+ on the local company’s website. It is verified that both variants will arrive in Wi-Fi only and Wi-Fi + 5G versions. SM-X510 is the model number for the Galaxy Tab S9 FE’s Wi-Fi version, whereas the 5G version bears the model number SM-X516B, which was something showcased on the certification listings.
And the Galaxy Tab S9 FE+ bears the model numbers SM-X610 and SM-X616B, according to its version. As for the storage capabilities, 8 GB of RAM added to the 128 GB of internal storage is the first option. The second option comes with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage. Graphite/grey, lavender, mint, and silver are the four chosen hues for these FE variants. An S Pen, dual speakers, a USB Type-C connector, and 45W of rapid charging are all expected features to be equipped with. Both models are expected to be powered by the Exynos 1380 chipset.
The Galaxy Tab S9 FE is most likely to come with a single rear camera, while the Plus variant may equip a dual rear camera system. The firm hasn’t stated anything about the FE tablets release, but we can expect a release within this year.
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