A support page posted on Samsung’s official website may have revealed some interesting details about the company’s new flagship tablet. 91Mobiles, in fact, brought to our attention the image of a known-looking smartphone, which appeared next to that of a tablet never seen before. Specifically, the new device shows un notch sul display, which the company had heavily mocked when Apple introduced it to the iPhone X. Apparently, the new tablet could be the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. And it could be announced as early as next month.
Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra: an image reveals the new design with notch
It may have been a sight, yet Samsung previewed an image of the new Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, the technical details of which were announced by WinFuture just this month. According to what is reported, the tablet will have a 14.6-inch OLED display, with a refresh rate of 120Hz and a resolution of 2960×1848. And it will be equipped with a notch containing two 12MP selfie cameras. In reality, it is not yet clear what the second sensor can be used for, but other devices have already seen the addition of ultrawide cameras for group selfies.
Among other technical details were reported a processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, a 11200 mAh battery, up to 16GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage. And as if that weren’t enough, support for the S Pen, optional 5G and two rear cameras – a 13MP main and a 6MP ultrawide – will also be included. From what has been reported, then, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra will be the flagship model of a series that will also include the Tab S8 and Tab S8 Plus models. Apparently, the entire series will feature the same processor and the same support for the S Pen .
The S8 Plus model, however, will have a 12.7-inch OLED display and a 10090 mAh battery. While the S8 may have an 11-inch LCD and 8000mAh battery. Well-detailed news, which significantly feeds our product expectations. The new range of tablets, however, could make its appearance on the market a February 2022. At this point, therefore, there is nothing left to do but wait.