The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 series is on the way, and the ‘Ultra’ model’s design just got shown from all angles. This happened thanks to @OnLeaks who partnered up with MySmartPrice. They shared CAD-based renders of the device.
The Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra design got revealed via CAD-based renders
If you take a look at the images provided in the gallery below, or the embedded video, you’ll be able to check out its design. This tablet does have rather thin bezels, but it includes an unseemly notch on the display. That notch will be centered at the top if you hold the device in landscape mode. Using it in portrait mode will be very weird because of it.
There are two cameras included on the back, along with an LED flash. The source mentions that the device will feature a metal unibody design, rather than combining metal and glass. There are also POGO pin connectors included on the left side of the device. These will be used for accessories such as a keyboard.
This device already surfaced on Geekbench not long ago. That listing revealed that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 will fuel the device It also revealed that we’ll get 8GB of RAM here, though a 12GB and/or 16GB RAM model may also be on offer.
Android 13 will come out of the box, along with an 11,200mAh battery
Android 13 will come pre-installed on this tablet, along with Samsung’s One UI 5.1 skin. A 14.6-inch 2960 x 1848 OLED display will be included here, based on previously shared info.
An 11,200mAh battery was also mentioned, while the device is expected to support 45W wired charging. Wireless charging probably won’t be on offer here. At least its predecessor did not offer it.
The Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra is said to measure 208.6 x 326.4 x 5.5mm, and weighs 737 grams. So, it won’t exactly be light, but that is to be expected considering its size. This will be one huge tablet.