The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra is going to be Samsung's top-tier tablet for 2023 and as per rumors, it will rival Apple's iPad Pro in terms of features and maybe even pricing. A new FCC SAR certification appeared online, suggesting that the device is almost ready to be released.
Unfortunately, as it's usually the case with FCC certifications, there's not much we can get from it. Luckily, some reports in the past couple of months help paint a fuller picture.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra just got FCC certified pic.twitter.com/5rWxcCXQf5— SnoopyTech (@_snoopytech_) June 9, 2023
It is said that the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra will feature a 14.6-inch 120Hz OLED panel, 11,200 mAh battery with 45W fast charging support and a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. The device will also be IP68-certified. We even have a good idea of what it would look like.
As of now, we don't know when exactly the tablet will make it to the real world, but rumors suggest it will be out sometime in the second half of this year, perhaps in July or August. It could make an appearance during the Galaxy Fold/Flip Unpacked event on July 26.
Strange but... it's the Apple crowd that contributed a lot to the dumbing down of tech stuff.
It's the flagship series. If u want to cut cost and all, just go for the FE.