The first promotional image of the Galaxy Tab S9 series has been revealed

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The first promotional image of the Galaxy Tab S9 series has been revealed

This promotional image shows the front panel of Samsung’s upcoming tablets and also confirms their water resistance.

Next month, Samsung will hold its next Galaxy Unpacked event, where it will unveil its latest foldable phone along with several other products. In the meantime, we will also face Galaxy Tab S9 series tablets, now the first advertising image of these devices has made its way to the Internet.

In the past days, we have seen the disclosure of many renders of unannounced Samsung products. In fact, the renders of the foldable smartphones Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 along with the Galaxy Watch 6 series of smartwatches have been revealed. Now it is the turn of this company’s tablets.

Promotional image of Galaxy Tab S9 tablets

The leaked image shows all members of the Galaxy Tab S9 series, which includes the standard, plus, and ultra models. Samsung will use this image when introducing these products. This image shows the difference in the screen size of the upcoming Samsung tablets.

Promotional image of Galaxy Tab S9 tablets
Promotional image of Galaxy Tab S9 tablets

One of the things that attracts attention in this advertising image is the background image used inside the tablets, which can refer to the use of AMOLED panels in them. We are also facing water drops in this image, which confirms the past rumors that these tablets support the water resistance standard.

While only the Plus and Ultra models of the Galaxy Tab S8 have used an AMOLED panel, it is said that in their new generation, we will face such a display in all models. Besides the display, we should expect other common features between these tablets.

All these tablets are expected to be equipped with the Snapdragon 8 generation 2 for Galaxy chip and the default One UI 5.1.1 user interface. These tablets will also support the S Pen.

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