Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra: Samsung mistakenly reveals a photo of the tablet
The Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is revealed in a new photo. Prior to the presentation conference, Samsung posted, probably inadvertently, a photo of the Android tablet. This leak confirms the presence of a notch that overcomes the screen of the touch slate.
As the official presentation of the Galaxy Tab S8 is fast approaching, leaks concerning the three tablets are multiplying on the web. Recently, we learned that the most expensive, called Ultra, should be built around a huge 14.6-inch screen. Even more recently, a massive leak revealed all their technical characteristics, corroborating previous information that appeared on the web.
According to the latest news, Samsung should bet on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, the Android 12 interface with the new One UI 4.1 overlay, a Samsung S Pen stylus, Gorilla Glass 5 glass protection, 8,000 mAh, 10,090 mAh and 11,200 mAh batteries on the largest model and a 45W charging, as on the Galaxy S22.
Samsung posts a photo of the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra by mistake
As the leaks mount, Samsung has released a promotional photo of the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, the most premium and sophisticated edition, on its official website. The image was uploaded to the support page for Bixby, the South Korean brand’s voice assistant. Quickly, the South Korean giant deleted the photo from his website. It was therefore obviously a simple error made by a developer, or even a communication operation aimed at fueling interest around the range.
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The image confirms the renderings that have already appeared on the canvas. As expected, Samsung slips the photo sensor for selfies into a small notch that tops the screen. The tablet is visible in the background. In fact, the details of the design of the touch slate are not disclosed. This “error” corroborates anyway the imminent arrival of the range of tablets. They should arrive on the market shortly after the Galaxy S22, which is scheduled for release on February 8.