Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra design revealed in new renders along with its specs

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Samsung is gearing up to bring the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra as the successor to the previously released Galaxy Tab S7+. The Galaxy Tab S series had always seen two tablets but this year Samsung is including an Ultra version.

The Ultra version will be the highest model that has the best features inside. 9Mobiles has shared renders of this incoming premium high-end tablet from Samsung. Along with the renders, we’ve also got some key specs of the device.

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Design and specs of the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

From the renders, we can see that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is coming with a small notch design. The bezels of around the tab is very small hence the need for a small notch to house the selfie camera.

Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

It is expected to feature a 14.6-inch OLED display with 120Hz refresh rate. While the Galaxy Tab S8 and Galaxy Tab S8+ will feature 11-inch and 12.4-inch displays, respectively.

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From the renders of the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, one could see that is has dual rear cameras arranged in pill shape module and it also has a magnetic strip for the S PEN. It also has quad speaker system, a USB type-C port but no 3.5mm jack available.

Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

According to the guys at 91Mobiles, these renders are not 100% complete. But the renders gives clue as to what we should expect to see when the device is launched.

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So far, it seems that only the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is the only device in the series to have this notch display. A render of the Galaxy Tab S8 by Zuoton showed that the ab S8 has no notch display. We’re yet to see any image renders of the Galaxy Tab S8+, so we can’t say.

We’re expecting these Samsung tabs to debut anytime between November and December. However, it’s also possible that Samsung might push the launch to next year if the chip shortage saga affects the production.

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