Samsung’s strongest tablet gets FCC certification – to launch soon

Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra

Samsung is expected to release its Galaxy Tab S9 series, which is the next set of flagship Android tablets from the South Korean tech giant. The Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra was the first time that the company introduced an “Ultra” category tablet with premium specs and high-end pricing to take on Apple’s iPad Pro. Expectations are even higher for Samsung’s 2023 tablet flagships. The Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra has passed FCC certification, which means that it is one step closer to being released. Here is everything we know so far about the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra

Reliable tech blogger @SnoopyTech has published a screenshot of a SAR evaluation report. The report confirms that the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra (model SM-X910) has passed the FCC cert. All devices are subject to FCC certification, which confirms that the tablet exists and may have entered final production. As for the tablet, the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra will be Samsung’s latest and most powerful Android tablet. This device will come with top-of-the-line specs, S Pen support, and high-end build quality.

Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra Specs

According to GSMArena, the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra will come in two versions: Wi-Fi SM-X910B and 5G SM-X916B. It will feature a dual-camera setup with a 13 MP wide lens and a 6 MP ultrawide lens. The tablet will also have a 12 MP ultrawide front-facing camera. The Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra will have a 12.85 x 8.21 x 0.22 in dimension and a 5.5 mm thickness. It will have a 14.5-inch display with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels. The tablet will have a fingerprint scanner under the display, optical, accelerometer, gyro, proximity, and compass sensors. It will also have a USB Type-C 3.2 port and a magnetic connector.

Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra

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All three Galaxy Tab S9 tablets will feature an IP67 rating for dust and water resistance. The S Pen received FCC certification in April, indicating that it will be included with the tablet. 

Galaxy Tab S9 Price

The price of the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra is not yet known, but it is expected to be high-end due to its premium specs and features. The previous Galaxy Tab S8 series started at $749.99 for the base model, and the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra started at $1,049.99. It’s expected that the Galaxy Tab S9 series will be priced similarly.

Release Date

According to rumors, Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy Tab S9 series in the second half of 2023. The exact release date is not yet known, but it is rumoured to be around July or August 2023. The Galaxy Tab S8 series launched in February 2022, and the S7 series launched in August of 2020, so there is no set pattern for Samsung’s tablet launches.

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Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra is expected to be the company’s strongest Android tablet yet with top specs and features. It is expected to be released in the second half of 2023 and will come in three versions: Wi-Fi, 5G Global, as well as 5G US. The tablet is expected to have a 14-inch display, a high-end camera system, an in-display fingerprint scanner, facial recognition technology, 5G connectivity, and a stylus. With its powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip, dual-camera setup, and 14.5-inch display, the tablet is sure to impress. The tablet’s IP67 rating for dust and water resistance and the inclusion of the S Pen makes it a versatile device for both work and play. 

While the price and launch date are yet to hit the public, there are expectations that the Galaxy Tab S9 series will have a similar price as the previous Galaxy Tab S8 series. We will have to keep our fingers crossed while we wait for the official launch of this flagship tablet. 

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