The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 series should have at least three members – the Tab S9, the Tab S9+ and the top-of-the-line Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra. Two of the models were spotted today on the benchmarking service Geekbench, namely the basic version and the ultra.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 with the model code SM-X716B had a Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy chipset under the hood. The main Cortex-X3 core runs at 3.36 GHz, and there was also 8 GB of RAM on board. The RAM should also have contributed to a high single-core score of 1,929 points. The multi-core value of 4,735 points is also impressive. The benchmark test also confirms that the Samsung tablet is running Android 13, presumably with Samsung’s One UI 5.1 interface.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra with the model code SM-X916B achieved an even higher single-core score of 2,054 points and managed 5,426 points in the multi-core test. In the test, the tablet had exactly the same chipset and the same RAM configuration as its little brother. Android 13 with One UI 5.1 was also an board.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra should have a similar design as its predecessor with a 14.6-inch Super AMOLED display. The 11,200 mAh battery with 45 watt fast charging should also be identical. In addition, the new tablets are said to be waterproof and dustproof according to IP68.