Samsung Galaxy Tab S9+ Renders Leaked, Fully Revealing Design
Samsung unveiled its Galaxy Tab S8 series in early 2022, so a follow-up is long overdue. We’ve seen leaks here and there, but nothing major till today, when we scored some legit looking renders of the Galaxy Tab S9+. We also have some intel on the device.
So, first things first: the device will look very much like its predecessor. It will also get a dual back camera, without a module, just two lenses sprouting from the back. The device is said to measure 285.4 x 185.4 mm and has a waistline of just 5.64 mm. It should also weigh around 550-570 grams. The screen will most likely be an AMOLED panel with a 12.4 inch diagonal and a 1752 x 2800 pixel resolution, according to the source.
The body is made of aluminum and the fingerprint sensor will be of the optical variety, embedded in the screen. At the bottom we’ll find an USB-C 3.2 port, with support for 45W wired charging. We don’t have info about the hardware, but a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor is very likely, as well as 8-12 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of storage, maybe even 1 TB.
The battery should be a 10.000 mAh unit and quad stereo speakers should also make the cut. A stylus is obviously bundled and magnetically attached to the back.
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