Samsung’s most powerful Android tablet is about to be released, with Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra approved by the FCC.
Samsung is set to unveil a new foldable phone next month, when the Galaxy Tab S9 series is expected to debut alongside the new foldable phone. Now, the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra has been certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which means that the device is getting closer to an official release.
Reliable whistleblower SnoopyTech published a screenshot of the SAR evaluation report confirming that the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra (model number SM-X910) has been certified by the FCC. All devices are subject to FCC certification, which confirms the tablet’s existence and may have reached the final production stage.
As for the tablet itself, the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra will be Samsung’s latest and most powerful Android tablet, boasting top-of-the-line specs, S Pen support, and high-end build quality. IGeekphone noted that since the release of the Pixel Tablet, Google has also begun to pay attention to the performance of Android on tablets, and expects Samsung’s tablets to get some software optimization.
In addition to the Galaxy Tab S9 series, a new generation of Galaxy foldable phones, Galaxy Watch 6 smartwatches and Galaxy Buds 3 headphones will also be released, It was previously revealed that July 26 should be the release date of this year’s Galaxy Unpacked, followed by another Samsung conference on August 11.