Samsung is expected to have the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra in the near future. According to the Geekbench database, the company unveiled the chipset and battery recently.
Now, it’s time to focus on memory and storage options. According to a tipster on Twitter, this Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra’s successor will have 12/16GB RAM and 128/256/512 of storage. There’s no clear information about the microSD card slot from the Galaxy Tab S9 lineup, we assume this Korean firm is still using it as additional storage.
Samsung separates the storage type between the vanilla model and the flagship model, the base model will have UFS 3.1 storage, while the flagships will get UFS 4.0. This is the same situation with the Galaxy S23’s 8/128GB iteration earlier this year.
The regular Galaxy Tab S9 variant has two models, including 8GB and 12GB RAM. The device has an IP67 dust and water resistance rating, and it’ll support the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 For Galaxy SoC, as the same with Galaxy S23 smartphones worldwide. Of course, Samsung offers the Galaxy Tab S9 with an AMOLED display to deliver incredible colors to your screen.