Samsung is already preparing for the launch of its new generation of tablets. The Galaxy Tab S8 line devices should be launched between the end of 2021 and the beginning of 2022 and have already started to have some supposed details revealed, based on rumors circulating on the internet.
Last Friday (22), for example, we saw some renderings of the series entry model. Now, leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer, known on Twitter as OnLeaks, has unveiled the look of the line’s most advanced model, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. Steve had already been responsible for the leak of the simplest version and now rumors about tablets are increasing.
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The photos, which were shared with the portal 91Mobiles, reinforce the presence of a notch on the device screen. The notch should make room for the front camera and, despite this being the first time an image shows the device’s design, this is a rumor that has been circulating for a few days on the internet. Because it has a huge screen, Samsung expects the tablet to be used more in landscape mode (ie “lying down”), and so the position of the notch taking this orientation into account.
In addition to the cutout on the display, the images also show that the back will feature an oval module to house a pair of cameras and an LED flash unit. Below the set, a magnetic strip runs to the bottom of the tablet and serves to hold the S Pen compatible with the device.
Regarding other specifications, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra must have a giant screen of 14.6 inches. As a comparison, the Galaxy Tab S8 Plus will arrive with a 12.4-inch display and the Galaxy Tab S8 will have an 11-inch panel.
The more powerful model should be equipped with the as-yet-unannounced Snapdragon 898 from Qualcomm, or with a proprietary solution like the Exynos 2200, Samsung’s first chip with graphics made by AMD.
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