Samsung's Galaxy Tab S Android tablets are some of the stylish in their field. While Android tablets are many and far between these days, the Galaxy Tab S range is one of the strongest challengers to Apple's iPad.
The rearmost Galaxy Tab S tablets to appear were the Tab S7 and Tab S7-along with the Fan Edition latterly down the line-but there are now strong rumors surfacing about their successors, with talk of a Samsung Galaxy Tab S8, S8, and an S8 Ultra.
Release Date and Price
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and S7 arrived in August 2020, while the Galaxy Tab S6 and S6 arrived in August 2019. It would thus have been logical to suggest August 2021 for the Galaxy Tab S8 tablets, though of course that date has come and gone. A number of rumors now suggest that the Tab S8 tablets will appear alongside the Galaxy S22 phone series at the company's Galaxy Unpacked event on 8 February. The event is sanctioned, but the products we can anticipate to see also are not verified. In terms of price, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 started at £619 in the UK and $649.99 in the US, while the S7 Plus started at £799 in the UK and $849.99 in the US. It wouldn't be too surprising to see the Galaxy Tab S8 and S8 Plus around the same, maybe with a slight increase, while the S8 Ultra will be more precious on account of its larger screen size and features.
While we have seen a bunch of print-grounded leaks, there are not any specific details girding the use of accouterments in the Galaxy Tab S8 series, though we'd anticipate an aluminum construction across the board. It's largely likely the three biases will be different sizes, too, at 11-,12.7-, and14.6- elevation across the separate Tab S8, Plus, and Ultra models. Beforehand rumors of an under-display camera feel to be unsupported, grounded on leaks. We would anticipate the Tab S8 and Tab S8 Ultra to have an under-display point detector, just like the Tab S7 did. The standard Tab S8 model meanwhile, could stick to a side-mounted point detector, like the S7.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 features an 11- inch IPS TV display with a 2560 x 1600 resolution, while the Tab S7 features a12.4- inch Super AMOLED panel with a 2800 x 1752-pixel resolution. Both have a 120Hz refresh rate. It's been suggested the Tab S8 bias will be available with display sizes between 11- elevation and14.6- elevation. The lowest is claimed to be TV, while the12.7- inch model and the14.6- inch model are said to be OLED panels. Rumors from early January 2022 suggest what the Galaxy Tab S8, S8, and S8 Ultra might offer in terms of resolution 2560 x 1600 for the 11- inch; 2800 x 1752 for the 12.7- inch; and 2960 x 1848 for the 14.6- inch panel.
Maybe most intriguing of all is that, like Apple with the 2021 MacBook Pro redesign, the Tab S8 Ultra appears to feature binary front-facing cameras in a notched display design. The lower tablets do not feature such a notch, for better or worse.
We would anticipate specifications for the S8 and S8 to be at least on par with their forerunners, though it's probably there will be advancements, similar as an adaptive refresh rate, for illustration, like the Galaxy S21 series offers.
Tackle and Specs
According to rumors, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 and S8 are sloped to come with 8 GB of RAM and storehouse options of 128 GB and 256 GB. The larger S8 Ultra model meanwhile, is claimed to be coming with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storehouse, or 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB storehouse. All three models are said to be available in Wi-Fi only, or 4G/ LTE/ 5G variants. It's allowed they will come with a flagship processor, likely to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 platform-not the before Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 or 888 Plus as preliminarily allowed. After some two-ing and down-ing of leaks agitating battery sizes, it now seems fairly certain that a mAh battery will feature in the Tab S8 Ultra, while the S8 Plus is said to come with a mAh capacity, and the standard S8 an 8000mAh capacity. Fast-charging support is anticipated on all models.
In terms of other specifications, it's said the three models will all have binary hinder cameras comprised of 13-megapixel and 5-megapixel snappers. The frontal camera is said to be 8-megapixels on the S8 and S8, while the S8 Ultra is reported to come with a binary frontal camera with 8-megapixel and 5-megapixel detectors-that is why, in the case of the last, there is a notch.