The Samsung Galaxy Tab A9 was discovered a month ago on the FCC’s certification page. Recently, a second A9 tablet, which could possibly be a Plus variant, appeared on the website. It appears that the list of the best inexpensive Android tablets will be unveiled by Samsung soon. It is notable that the Galaxy Tab A9+ variant also appeared on the Wi-Fi Alliance, Bluetooth SIG, and Geekbench websites. The gadget appeared with a Snapdragon 695 chipset, 4 GB of RAM, and Android 13-based One UI 5.1.1 in the Geekbench database. The FCC listing reveals several specifications that the gadget will include.
The Galaxy Tab A9+ bears the model number SM-X210, according to the FCC listing. Also, the tablet’s measurements have been disclosed as 257.1 x 168.6 x 6.94 mm, so it’s obvious that the upcoming tablet will equip a larger display than its predecessor, the Galaxy Tab A8+. The listing also states that the tablet was tested with a battery bearing model number WT-S-W11 and a charger bearing model number EP-T1510. A 7,400 mAh battery system will be included in the Tab A9+, and 15W rapid charging will be supported. The listing also claims that there will be Wi-Fi with 2.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz frequency bands and Bluetooth support.
Galaxy Tab A9 Plus specifications
Whereas the Galaxy Tab A9 has previously been certified by the FCC, it claims that the tablet will have a width of 124.7 mm and a length of 210.7 mm. The base variant will have a battery life of 5,000 mAh and 15 W of rapid charging capability. Through the leaked image of the Galaxy Tab A9.
On the certification website, Safety Korea, it was revealed that there will be a single rear-facing camera. By the end of the year, both the Tab A9 and A9+ will be launched.
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