Update: January 19
Samsung is preparing to introduce the Galaxy Tab S8 flagship tablet lineup in the coming month (s). However, the company seems to have accidentally mentioned the unreleased Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra tablet in the official evidence, which shows its front panel with Notch. Credits – 91mobiles
Original Article: January 17
Samsung is said to introduce its new tablets – Galaxy Tab S8 and Tab S8+ alongside the upcoming Galaxy S22 smartphones on February 8. Ahead of the launch, we get familiar with several details about the devices. Meanwhile, a recent report reveals that Samsung may also add its first-ever ‘Ultra’ model to the series.
According to WinFuture, these three models differ in terms of screen size, resolution, and their memory and WLAN/5G equipment. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra will be introduced as a flagship device and will feature a notch display design.
It will come with a 14.6-inch Super AMOLED display that supports 2960 x 1848 pixels resolution, a 120Hz refresh rate, and a brightness up to 420 cd/m². In addition, the display is covered and protected by Corning’s Gorilla Glass 5. Besides, it could also offer up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage, along with a 11200mAh battery.
Moving on to the Tab S8+, it has a slightly smaller display than the Ultra as it measures 12.7 inches with 2800 x 1752 pixels resolution. It doesn’t feature a notch design and comes with a 10090mAh battery.
When considering the base model – Galaxy Tab S8, it is the smallest of the series. It is reported to have an 11-inch LTPS TFT display with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels, a notch-less design, and an 8000mAh battery.
Furthermore, all three models of the lineup could be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset with the Adreno 730 GPU. They have a 13MP dual camera and a 6MP ultra-wide-angle lens on the back. However, the two models have a single 12MP front camera whereas, the Ultra has two.
There’s S-Pen compatibility, under-display fingerprint scanners, optional 5G connectivity, as well as quad speakers that support Dolby Atmos in all three. Both the Tab S8 and S8 Plus have smaller memory and storage options, offering up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB/256GB of storage.
On the other hand, the Tab S8 Ultra is offered in 8GB/16GB RAM options and 128/512GB storage options. Micro SD card support is also available on the S8, S8+, and S8 Ultra. Other than specs, you can check the prices of the devices below. Do note that these aren’t confirmed yet.
- Tab S8 Ultra (Wi-Fi-only) – 1,040€ to 1,060€ (around $1,187 to $1,210)
- Tab S8+ (Wi-Fi-only) – 880€ to 900€ around $1,004 to $1,027)
- Tab S8 – 680€ to 700€ (around $776 to $799)
Samsung making something that most of the Galaxy S23 buyers won’t like
Samsung is reportedly working on two new Exynos mobile chipsets including a mid-range and a flagship. Previously, it is reported that the company won’t launch any Exynos variant of its upcoming flagship smartphone lineup, due to the poor response of Exynos 2200.
Meanwhile, the latest report claims that the Korean tech giant is still working on a new flagship Exynos processor that is likely to be installed in the upcoming Galaxy S23 series smartphones. The codename of that under-development chipset is S5E9935, while the Exynos 2200’s codename is S5E9925.
According to the company’s naming practice, this chipset might debut as the Exynos 2300 next year. However, there’s no information available regarding the upgrades and improvements of this chipset over the Exynos 2200 that packs AMD’s Xclipse GPU.
This year, Samsung extended the Snapdragon variant models’ availability to more regions compared to the previous years. The company is shipping the Snapdragon variants of the Galaxy S22 series in one of the biggest markets in the world – India, where Exynos was shipped for years.
If Samsung is going to introduce the Exynos 2300 chipset this year, it will surely be debuting with the Galaxy S23 series phones, however, the availability will be limited. If Samsung remains on its Exynos 2300 chip development, the Galaxy S23 buyers’ Snapdragon-only dream will remain a dream.
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This is what Samsung Galaxy M13 will look like!
Samsung is going to launch the Galaxy M13, an entry-level smartphone, in the near future, meanwhile, we just got its official renders that show what it will look like. Thanks to tipster Evan Blass for sharing the Samsung Galaxy M13 press renders ahead of the official launch.
According to the renders, the Galaxy M13 will be available in different color options such as Blue, Copper, and Green. On the rear side, it has a triple camera system, which looks a lot similar to the Galaxy A23. You can check the upcoming phone’s design below.
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On the front, the Galaxy M13 is apparently equipped with a 6.5-inch IPS LCD Infinity-V display with HD+ resolution. Moreover, the right side is the same as other Galaxy phones bringing the volume up/down buttons alongside the Side/Bixby key with fingerprint sensor, as always, the left side remains vacant.
It is expected that Samsung will introduce the Galaxy M13 smartphone with a 50MP primary camera, an 8MP ultrawide camera, and a 2MP depth sensor. Under the hood, the phone will be packed with a 5,000mAh battery supporting 15W fast charging, as well as Android 12-based One UI 4.1 pre-installed.
- Read more about the Galaxy M13 smartphone HERE.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 Rumors: Reduced display crease
Samsung’s Foldable devices have grown rapidly over the years. We all know how famous the last year’s Galaxy Z Fold 3 is, meanwhile, 2022’s Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 seems to be marked as another masterpiece in the foldable market.
Samsung’s next-gen premium foldable phone is on its way. Despite the fact that the device may be unveiled in August, we have already heard some Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 rumors creating more excitement among Samsung fans.
Below you can check the early leaks and rumors of the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 4 smartphones. We’ll be bringing every small and big detail about smartphones here.
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