Leaker describes display upgrades for Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 trio
Leaker @AhmedQwaider888 has shared various details about the Galaxy Tab S9 series shortly after detailing specifications for all Galaxy Watch6 models. While Samsung's forthcoming flagship tablets look visually unchanged from their predecessors, @AhmedQwaider888 asserts that the company has made changes in key areas. These do not include an obligatory chipset upgrade, with Samsung expected to offer all models with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy.
Apparently, Samsung will equip the trio with Dynamic AMOLED 2X displays, eschewing the LCD and Super AMOLED panels found in the Galaxy Tab S8 series. In theory, Dynamic AMOLED 2X displays should provide improved contrast ratios and HDR functionality than their LCD and Super AMOLED equivalents. All Galaxy Tab S9 series models will maintain the 120 Hz refresh rates of their predecessors though, as well as 11-inch, 12.4-inch and 14.6-inch panel sizes for the Galaxy Tab S9, Galaxy Tab S9 Plus and Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra, respectively.
Only the entry-level option will receive a battery capacity upgrade, with 8,400 mAh offered in the Galaxy Tab S9 compared to 8,000 mAh in the Galaxy Tab S8. In comparison, the Galaxy Tab S9 Plus and Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra are rumoured to stick with 10,900 mAh and 11,200 mAh capacities. The Galaxy Tab S9 series will debut at the end of July during Samsung's next Galaxy Unpacked event. Other devices due for release include the Galaxy Watch6 series, the Galaxy Z Fold5 and Galaxy Z Flip5.