Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra to use a notched 14.6-inch high refresh display


Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

Last year, Samsung released the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+ flagship tablets. This year, Samsung plans to launch three high-end tablets. In addition to the Galaxy Tab S8 and Tab S8+, the South Korean technology giant will bring the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. As the name suggests, the “Ultra” model will be a high-end version with the best features. Today, 91mobiles and OnLeaks collaborated to bring Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra renderings through clear 5K CAD. This high-end tablet will have a notch for the front camera and ultra-narrow bezels. The tablet will use dual rear cameras and four speakers.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra does have a small notch. This notch is not for any technology similar to Face ID, but just to provide some space for the front camera. The border around the display is quite narrow. Thus, in order to accommodate the front camera, the notch is obviously necessary.

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According to reports, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra uses a 14.6-inch display. However, the Galaxy Tab S8 and Galaxy Tab S8+ will use 11-inch and 12.4-inch displays, respectively. The rendering of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra also shows the dual rear cameras in the pill-shaped camera module and the magnetic stripe for the S Pen. The 360-degree picture shows that it is equipped with four sets of speakers and Type-C ports. However, there is no 3.5mm headphone jack.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

Currently, the rendering of the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is not 100% complete, which explains the lack of magnetic connectors on the left side of the frame. The dimension of this device is approximately 325.8mm x 207.9mm x 5.4mm. This makes it taller and thinner than the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+. Furthermore, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra may be the only device with a notch display among the three tablets. The Galaxy Tab S8 series is expected to be released in November or December this year unless the global chip shortage forces Samsung to postpone it until 2022.

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