It is a very crowded market for Android tablets. Only a few manufacturers are paying attention to the market and producing decent devices that we can talk about. Samsung is one of these manufacturers. Soon, Android tablet buyers will have a new line of Galaxy Tab devices, including the Galaxy Tab S8+ and Galaxy Tab S8+.
After going through the specs and thanks to a huge device rendered by WinFuture it appears that the Galaxy Tab S8 lineup has been discontinued. These devices are loaded with all the good stuff.
Let’s start with the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. The Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is said to have a 14.6-inch SuperAMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate (2396 x 1848), Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 CPU, 8GB/128GB or 16GB/512GB RAM and storage options. MicroSD support S Pen support.
Although pricing information is not available for this beast of an Android tablet device, you can expect it to be very expensive.
There’s also the Galaxy Tab S8+ and S8+. These two tablets don’t sound bad. The S8 tablet has a smaller 11-inch TFT LCD display with a 120Hz refresh rate (2560x 1600), the same Snapdragon 8, Gen 1, 8GB RAM, two storage options (128GB and 256GB), S Pen support, and the same Android 12 software.
The Galaxy Tab S8+ has a similar display but is larger. The 12.7-inch display is super AMOLED and it runs at 120Hz. The general specifications include the SD8 Gen 1 chipset and the same RAM, storage options, and storage options as smaller S8 models. However, you get a larger 10,090mAh lithium battery.
We will keep you informed about pricing and availability information for these devices. However, a launch is expected around MWC time this year, which would be late February. We are likely to get pretty close because Samsung usually does everything on its own.