Samsung Galaxy Tab S9+ hits Geekbench
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 series is set to launch this year and given various leaks, it could happen sooner rather than later. Now a new Geekbench test has surfaced that supposedly belongs to the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9+.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9+ will be sized between the regular S9 and the Tab S9 Ultra. Nevertheless, a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset is also on board here, which can also be seen in the scorecard. The test result matches the values of the SD 8 Gen 2, but there are also significantly higher results for the single-core values on other devices. As always with such early tests, however, the final values can still deviate.
The tested Samsung Galaxy Tab S9+ had 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage. Android 13 was used as the operating system, probably with Samsung’s One UI 5.1 interface. Leaked renders had already given a good idea of the design of the upcoming Samsung tablet earlier this month.
Samsung Galaxy Watch6 Pro brings back the rotating bezel
The Samsung Galaxy Watch series had a unique rotating bezel to scroll through the menus. But Samsung removed the hardware feature from the latest Galaxy Watch5 series. But according to well-known tipster Ice Universe, it will return with the Galaxy Watch6 Pro.
Samsung launched the Watch5 and Watch5 Pro with a virtual rotating bezel that worked as a gesture on the edge of the display. The Galaxy Watch4 also featured the virtual crown, while the real bezel was reserved for the Galaxy Watch4 Classic. According to Ice Universe, the Galaxy Watch6 Pro will also have “rather a narrow bezel,” suggesting a larger display or smaller body.
This isn’t the first time we’ve heard of a return for the bezel. Last month, the same rumor came out of South Korea, as well as a report that the Watch6 is getting a slightly larger battery.
Samsung Galaxy F54 5G spotted in Google Play Console
The Samsung Galaxy F54 5G visited the Google Play Console, revealing some key specs and hinting at an imminent release. The entry shows the design of the Samsung smartphone, as well as the chipset – an Exynos 1380 (codename s5e8835) paired with 8GB of RAM. The display resolution is 1,080 x 2,400 pixels and the phone runs on Android 13.
Given the Samsung Galaxy F54’s design, specs and m54x model number, it’s likely a rebranded Galaxy M54. If this theory is correct, the Galaxy F54 has a 6,000 mAh battery and a 6.7-inch 120 Hz Super AMOLED display. The camera setup should consist of a 108-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel ultrawide and a 2-megapixel macro camera. A 32 megapixel selfie camera should also be on board.