Samsung leaks new tablet with notch on its own website

A Samsung Support Page because Bixby may have just given us our first official look at the company’s upcoming flagship tablet. The photo, that was spotted by 91Mobiles, shows a familiar-looking Samsung smartphone next to a very unfamiliar-looking tablet, complete with a display notch that Samsung savagely mocked when it was first introduced on the iPhone X. Reports suggest this new tablet will be the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. be called, and it may be announced next month.

The design in the image on the Samsung site corresponds to: unofficial renders of the tablet released last October, leaked images from December, and leaked details of WinFuture of this month. If we are to believe these unofficial details, the Android tablet will have a 14.6-inch OLED display, with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and a resolution of 2960×1848. That notch would house two 12-megapixel selfie cameras. It’s not exactly clear what the second sensor is for, but other devices have added ultra-wide cameras for group selfies.

A screenshot of the image on Samsung’s support page.

Internally, the tablet is believed to use Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, paired with an 11,200mAh battery, up to 16GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage. S Pen support is believed to be included, as well as optional 5G and dual rear cameras (a 13-megapixel main camera and a 6-megapixel ultrawide).

The Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra will reportedly top a range of three tablets, including the Tab S8 and Tab S8 Plus. All three tablets are rumored to be powered by the same processor and offer S Pen stylus support, but the S8 Plus will reportedly have a smaller 12.7-inch OLED display and 10,090 mAh battery, while the base S8 will have an 11. -inch LCD and an 8,000 mAh battery.

There is no official word on when the new lineup of tablets will appear, but with the Galaxy S22 lineup reportedly launched on February 8, it wouldn’t be surprising to see these tablets launch alongside. The announcement would come at a very different time of year than their predecessors, which were released in late 2020.

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