Samsung is working on its next Android tablet devices. The South Korean tech giant is expected to release its Galaxy Tab S9 tablets in the second half of 2023. Now, according to the information, the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra has been certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
The information is now shared by reliable tipster SnoopyTech. As per the SAR evaluation report, the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra FCC model number is SM-X910.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra just got FCC certified pic.twitter.com/5rWxcCXQf5
— SnoopyTech (@_snoopytech_) June 9, 2023
The much-awaited Galaxy Tab S9 Series will likely feature the same Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip as seen in the Galaxy S23. That chipset offers impressive flagship-grade performance.
In fact, we recently saw the Geekbench results for the purported Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra (SM-X916B). It notched a single-core score of 2,054 and a multi-core total of 5,426. The Galaxy S23 Ultra averages a single-core score of 1,870 and a multi-core score of 4,938. The Ultra variant is also said to launch with a 10,880mAh battery, which would be smaller than the Tab S8 Ultra’s 11,220mAh battery. The base Tab S9 model may pack a 8,500mAh battery instead of the 8,000 mAh of its predecessor.
According to Twitter tipster Roland Quandt, Samsung is working on Galaxy Tab S9 FE.