Samsung is rumored to be launching new tablets at its next Unpacked event alongside the Galaxy Z Fold5 and Z Flip5, as well as the Galaxy Watch6 series. This event is expected to take place at the end of July. And as we get closer to that point, more details about these devices are emerging. Now the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9+ and the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra have once again ventured out of cover.
The two Samsung tablets have emerged in a new TUV certification revealing the different versions. The Galaxy Tab S9+ is listed with the model numbers SM-X816B, SM-X810, and SM-X816N. The Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra includes the SM-X916B, SM-X910, and SM-X916N models. For both tablets, the first model code is the 5G-enabled version and the middle one is the global WiFi-only model. The last model number denotes the version specifically for Samsung’s South Korean home market.
The same certification also shows that both the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9+ and the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra are compatible with a charger that delivers 10V at 4.5A. That results in 45 watts of fast charging, just like what the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8, Tab S8+ and Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra deliver. And just like last year, the appropriate charger is likely to be missing from the scope of delivery.