Samsung is gearing up to introduce several new devices, including two tablets, later this month. In anticipation of this announcement, the South Korean tech giant has initiated the pre-registration process for two of its upcoming tablets: the Galaxy Tab S9 FE and the Galaxy Tab S9 FE+, specifically targeting Indian consumers.
Indian customers keen on acquiring the Galaxy Tab S9 FE or the Galaxy Tab S9 FE+ can now pre-register their interest on Samsung’s official website. As an incentive, Samsung may offer discounts and complimentary items to those who participate in the pre-registration process. Although detailed specifications about these devices remain under wraps, it is worth noting that Samsung is likely to unveil them on October 4, coinciding with the launch date of the Galaxy S23 FE. These tablets are anticipated to be officially unveiled alongside the Galaxy S23 FE.
Leaked Specifications for the Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Tab S9 FE+
Rumors suggest that the Galaxy Tab S9 FE will sport a 10.5-inch display, while the Galaxy Tab S9 FE+ is expected to feature a larger 12.4-inch screen. Both tablets are projected to boast LCD screens with QHD resolution and a speedy 90Hz refresh rate. Additionally, reports indicate that these tablets will carry an IP68 rating, certifying them for dust and water resistance, and will come bundled with an S Pen. They will run on Android 13 right out of the box and may receive up to four major Android OS updates.
Samsung may outfit these upcoming Fan Edition tablets with the Exynos 1380 processor, offering variants with 6GB, 8GB, or 12GB of RAM, as well as storage options of 128GB or 256GB, complemented by a microSD card slot. The smaller tablet is rumored to pack an 8,000mAh battery, while the larger one is expected to house a 10,090mAh battery, both supporting 45W fast charging. Camera-wise, both tablets are rumored to include a 12MP front-facing camera and an 8MP rear-facing camera.
Please note that this information is based on leaks and rumors and may be subject to change upon the official release.