The forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S9+ has been seen in images published by WolfOfTablet and OnLeaks. With the exception of a new unique design for the back camera section, these renderings resemble the Tab S8+ very closely.
The website claims that the Galaxy Tab S9+ will have exactly the same specifications as the Tab S8+, including a 12.4-inch display with 2800 x 1752 resolution (266 ppi), quad speakers, a USB Type-C 3.2 connection with 45W charging, dual rear cameras, and a S Pen sticky band on the back.
In the renderings below, you can see the nearly similar appearance, but you’ll also notice that the Galaxy S23 cameras’ back camera sensors, which were previously housed in a single raised section with the LED, now have a more exposed appearance.
With the exception of their typical 11 and 14.6-inch display widths, we anticipate that the Tab S9 and Tab S9 Ultra will share this new design. Other than that, the Galaxy Tab S9+ is said to be a small amount thinner than the 285 x 185 x 5.7 mm Tab S8+ at 285.4 x 185.4 x 5.64 mm. Not enough, most likely, to see a change in your palms.
According to Ernests Embutnieks, a contributor for WolfOfTablet, the Tab S9+ might have a “secondary sensor” that turns on when the tablet is in landscape position. We don’t know precisely what this sensor is, he says, but we anticipate it to be a second face camera for video conversations.
We’re very curious to see what other upgrades Samsung brings to the table with the Galaxy Tab S9 series, given how similar it looks to its predecessor