Samsung is preparing to renew its flagship Android tablet with the Galaxy Tab S8 series in the coming months. There are rumors that there will be three models – Galaxy Tab S8, Tab S8 +, and Tab S8 Ultra. We have been hearing about new tablets for some time, with many leaks in the past revealing a few important details about them.
Now, Samsung’s new device with model number SM-X808U appeared on the Geekbench website, showing its processor and memory details. It is a 5G version of the Galaxy Tab S8+ designed for the US market. In addition to this, the tablet uses the upcoming Qualcomm processor, the Snapdragon 898. The device scored 1,211 points in Geekbench’s core CPU performance tests and 3,193 points in multi-core CPU tests.
The chipset seems to have a single CPU clocked at 3GHz, three CPU cores clocked at 2.5GHz, and four CPU cores clocked at 1.9GHz. The Galaxy Tab S8+ seems to have 8GB of RAM and runs Android 12. Whether Samsung uses the new Android 12L operating system in the Galaxy Tab S8 series remains to be seen.
Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Specifications
According to the report, the upcoming Samsung tablet will have an 11-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 120Hz and a resolution of 1600 × 2560 pixels – unchanged than before. It will be the same size and weight. 8,000mAh battery and 45W cable charging instantly load unchanged, as well as cameras. This will have a 13-megapixel main rear camera and a 5-megapixel second sensor. The front-facing camera is an 8-megapixel sensor.
Interestingly though the report says the Galaxy Tab S8 will be powered by a Snapdragon 888 SoC with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. With the Snapdragon 898 (whatever Qualcomm calls it) expected to arrive in a few months, the tablet had to have a new chipset. Yes, previous reports have suggested that it will get a new Snapdragon SoC. We will therefore have to wait for further reports to confirm that.
The Galaxy Tab S8 reportedly will have a powerful fingerprint scanner embedded in the power button, like the previous model. Possibly this is not an official offer and therefore, it may not be entirely accurate. The legitimacy of leaked specs also cannot be verified. You can expect the next leak to paint a clear picture of the Galaxy Tab S8.
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Check out this Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra concept in pleasant Green color!
Samsung Galaxy S23! Yes, yes you heard right this is the upcoming Galaxy S series. Obviously, this series of smartphones will come with many new features and attractive design as we have recently seen the Galaxy S22 series smartphones, which is one of the best smartphones from the company.
We have already seen several concepts renders of the Galaxy S23 Ultra which show an amazing and futuristic design. A sparkling concept creator HoiINDI yet again comes up with Galaxy S23 Ultra 3D renders that reveal a brand new look at the smartphone.
The concept creator has shared a stunning Green color rendering of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra that look amazing in its 360-degree look. The concept creator has beautifully presented a futuristic design in a realistic manner, you can take look at these amazing renders below.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Render [Green]
First of all, we start with the most liked part of the mobile which is the camera, so according to Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Green color renders, the smartphone will feature three rear cameras arranged in square-shaped modules with curved corners. One of the cameras of this smartphone will feature a 200MP ISOCELL Image sensor.
This smartphone features a centered punch-hole display with curved corners. Apart from the front and back design, the Galaxy S23 Ultra supports the S Pen which has an in-body compartment.
There are two side keys, the first one is a power button and the other is the volume rocker both of which are placed on the right side of the smartphone, while the left side is empty. At the bottom, it will have a Type-C port for charging and will not have a 3.5mm audio jack like its predecessor.
Samsung Galaxy S23 series will be launched next year, however, there’s no official information regarding launch date. For more information, stay tuned.
Galaxy Z Fold 4 will be a perfect choice for Samsung S and Fold users: Tipster
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 is coming on August 10. Ahead of the launch, we get familiar with multiple leaks and rumors that gives us an early look at the device’s specifications, design, as well as price.
In a recent development, the tipster Ice Universe revealed some important information about the Galaxy Z Fold 4. According to him, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 will be a perfect choice if you are a fan of the Samsung S or Fold series.
It was earlier revealed that Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 will feature Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ chipset, which will make the device smoother to use, and even better than this year’s high-end Galaxy S22 Ultra.
TSMC’s 4nm chipset further helps in power saving as well as low heating of the phone. However, the leakster also mentions that it is not as good as the Snapdragon 835 but is much better than the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
If you are a dual user of S and Fold, when you touch the Fold4, you may throw away your S22 Ultra, TSMC's 4nm Snapdragon 8+, low heat and power saving, although not as good as the previous Snapdragon 835, But much better than Snapdragon 8.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 2, 2022
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 four Android upgrades
You might be aware of Samsung’s new software update policy that says that all Galaxy flagship smartphones launched with Android 11 will get 4 major Android OS updates and five years of security patch updates.
The upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 4 is one of the flagship Galaxy phones, which means it is compatible with Samsung’s new software update policy and will get major updates till Android 16 and One UI 8 (possibly). Read more
For more information, must visit our dedicated Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 tracker that carries every major and minor information about the device.
Most incredible Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra concept is here!
The craze for this year’s Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is still not down, with fans excited to see what new technologies and upgrades will come to the Galaxy S23 Ultra next year. The most exciting thing is its design which is likely to get more satisfactory.
So far, we have witnessed various Galaxy S23 Ultra renders that showcases different designs, colors, camera modules, display, etc. However, the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s beloved boxy shape which allowed Samsung to add the S Pen into the design was common.
Meanwhile, an emerging concept creator HoiINDI has appeared with a whole new concept of the upcoming smartphone that shows a more futuristic design than any other. The most noticeable two upgrades that the idea announces are display and camera.
For more information, watch the complete video –
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Massive camera
Although the design shows three rear cameras, there’s a giant camera that will surely be able to capture perfect shots. This design also reveals a 200MP, however, it’s not the recently launched Samsung ISOCELL HP3.
On Galaxy S23 Ultra, the company will use its first-gen 200MP camera which is ISOCELL HP 1. This is because the new sensor is judged as a lower model than the previous one due to its smaller size. Whatever the case would be, the device’s camera is going to be the company’s other hit.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Waterfall display
With this year’s S-Ultra model, Samsung provided slightly curved edges. While the Galaxy S23 Ultra will bring a more curved display. Also, the rumor that claimed the device will equip an under-display front camera has ended with this render as it shows a punch-hole selfie shooter.
Apart from these, the Galaxy S23 Ultra supports the S Pen which has an in-body compartment. It will have a Type-C port for charging and will not have a 3.5mm audio jack like its predecessor. Also, it’s worth mentioning that the new device has ditched the S22 Ultra’s non-camera module design.