Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ detailed renders emerge
Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S8 series is expected to come in at least three versions – a vanilla Tab S8, a Tab S8+ and the top-end Tab S8 Ultra. The middle ground model Plus model is the subject of a series of detailed renders brought to life by @Technizo Concept showing out the design and two of its colors.
Galaxy Tab S8+ will succeed the current Tab S7+ and will build upon its design with few alterations. There are two colors shown here - gray and bronze. The dimensions are said to remain at 285 x 185 x 5.7mm.
Tab S8+ will come with a Super AMOLED panel with a dynamic 120Hz refresh rate and a 2,800 x 1,752 px resolution. The outgoing Tab S7+ had a 12.4-inch diagonal but the most recent spec leak suggest Tab S8+ will offer a slightly larger 12.7-inch screen area. There’s no notch here – that’s reserved for the Ultra model. The fingerprint sensor is said to be integrated under the screen.
The back will offer a dual cam setup which is expected to be shared by all three Tab S8 tablets. It will consist of a 13MP main cam and a 6MP ultrawide snapper. The selfie shooter is said to come in at 12MP. The rear camera cutout will be extended by a black magnetic strip which will snap on the S Pen stylus.
All three Tab S8 models will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset and will ship with One UI 4 on top of Android 12.
The baseline 8GB RAM and 128GB storage Wi-Fi only model is expected to start at €900 while an extra €50 should net you 256GB storage. The 5G models start at €1,050 for the 8/128GB trim and €1,100 for the 8/256GB version.
We’re expecting an announcement on February 9 according to the latest reports which should coincide with the Galaxy S22 series introduction.
Source (in Dutch)
- 28 Jan 2022
Yesss exectly a tab should be between 8-10 inch size whick will be handy as well as easy to cary. people will buy a high end laptop to see a movie or any content on if we want a 12.7 inch screen
- 21 Jan 2022
sd 8 gen 1 will be nothing infront of m1
- 21 Jan 2022