Leaked promotional images of the productivity-focused Tab S8 Ultra and the rest of the family

event where it will be revealed alongside the Galaxy S22 lineup, but only now has the South Korean giant taken seriously keeping its upcoming gadgets a secret. The company hit the leaker

with copyright infringement on the Tab S8 marketing images and video, but luckily for Samsung fans,

still has this content.

Galaxy Tab S8 Specifications

The images confirm that the tablet series will consist of three slates: a standard 11-inch LCD model, a 12.4-inch Tab S8 Plus, and a 14.6-inch Tab S8 Ultra. The larger variants will likely sport AMOLED panels. All three tablets will support the S Pen and it looks like they will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 only, and there will be no Exynos 2200 variants. Samsung apparently claims the slates will have a 24% more processor fast and a 52% better GPU than the outgoing Galaxy Tab S7 Plus.

Samsung has presumably created a new S Pen for tablets and it will be faster than the current variant, delivering 2.8ms latency on the Ultra variant, which is a substantial improvement over the 5.6ms latency. of Tab S7 Plus. This means writing will feel more instantaneous.

The Tab S8 is expected to have an 8,000mAh battery and the Plus model will come with a 10,090mAh battery, which are the same as the batteries inside their predecessors which also have the same screen sizes.

What is new is the camera system. The dual rear camera setup will apparently feature the same 13MP main camera but a new 6MP ultrawide camera in place of the 5MP ultrawide sensor on current models. The front camera goes from 8MP wide in current models to an ultra-wide 12MP unit.

The Tab S8 and S8 Plus will apparently come in Graphite, Silver, and Pink Gold hues. They will offer 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of storage.

The powerful Tab S8 Ultra could be ideal for remote work

Samsung will also be selling an Ultra model for the first time and it appears to be a productivity-focused device and apparently packs an 11,200mAh battery. The slate has a video playback time of up to 14 hours. It will have the same rear camera setup as the other two models but will likely have dual front cameras (12MP main + 12MP 120° ultra-wide) that will be housed in a notch. The front cameras will also inherit the auto-framing feature from the Galaxy Z Fold which ensures subjects stay sharp.

Another rumor that may attract the work-from-home crowd is 3-mic noise reduction which can reduce unwanted noise by up to 50% during calls to ensure the other side can hear you clearly no matter what. drama happening. lit in the background.

This one will reportedly only come in the Graphite color but there will be more storage options: 8GB RAM and 128GB storage, 12GB RAM and 256GB storage, and 16GB RAM and 512 GB of internal memory.

Galaxy Tab S8 Price

Twitter account TechInsider, which was previously known as SnoopyTech, has revealed the UK prices for Samsung’s new tablets and it looks like the starting price has gone up slightly. The base Tab S7 model costs £719 (~964), for reference. Here are the expected prices for the new models:
  • Tab S8 128 GB model: €769
  • Tab S8 256 GB: €819
  • Tab S8 5G 256 GB: €969
  • Tab S8 Plus 128 GB: €999
  • Tab S8 Plus 256 GB: 1059 €
  • Tab S8 Plus 5G 128 GB: 1159 €
  • Tab S8 Plus 5G 256 GB: €1,219
  • Tab S8 Ultra 256 GB: 1319 €
  • Tab S8 Ultra 512 GB: €1,549
  • Tab S8 Ultra 5G 256 GB: €1,549
  • Tab S8 Ultra 5G 512 GB: €1699
In the United States, it is said that the Tab S8 start at around $800, the S8 Plus should cost between $900 and $1,000, the base S8 Ultra should cost close to $1,100. If that’s indeed the case, the Ultra will be priced the same as the 128GB 12.9-inch iPad Pro which has a faster chip. Which of these will emerge as the best tablet of 2022 remains to be seen. If the Tab S8 sounds like your next tablet, you might want to reserve it today.

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