Samsung lets slip the design of the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra in support page blunder
Samsung has not officially confirmed the Galaxy Tab S8 series' existence yet, which is thought to be arriving as the Galaxy Tab S8, Tab S8+ and the Tab S8 Ultra. However, Samsung briefly showcased the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra on a support article titled Talk to Bixby using Voice wake-up on your Galaxy device. Unsurprisingly, Samsung has switched the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra for a Galaxy Tab S7, but you can still view the original image a Google Cached version of the website.
As expected, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra has a notched display, the first for a Galaxy Tab S tablet. Based on leaked specifications, Samsung has adopted a display notch for dual 12 MP cameras. By contrast, the Galaxy Tab S8 and Tab S8+ are tipped to feature a single 12 MP front-facing camera. All three will feature 13 MP main and 6 MP ultra-wide-angle cameras, though.
If the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra was not already recognisable enough from its notch, Samsung labelled the picture 'Bixby voice wake up Galaxy S21 Ultra and not Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra'. Seemingly, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra supports Bixby 2.0, which prioritises your nearest Samsung device to you if they are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
The Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is tipped to feature a 14.6-inch AMOLED display too, along with an 11,200 mAh battery and a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC. The entire Galaxy Tab S8 series is tipped to arrive on February 8 at a Galaxy Unpacked event, as is the Galaxy S22 series.