Leaks reveal the expected battery capacity of the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

Samsung is preparing to launch the new Galaxy Tab S8 series of tablets, and the latest leaks have revealed the expected battery capacity of the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. The leaks that came so far confirmed that the Korean giant is planning to launch 3 versions of the upcoming Galaxy Tab S8 series, which includes the Galaxy Tab S8, the Galaxy Tab S8 Plus, and also the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra tablet.

Previous leaks indicated that the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra tablet comes with a screen size of 14.6 inches, and it was also indicated that the battery in this version reaches a capacity of 12,000 mAh, but new leaks indicate that the battery capacity will be smaller.

New leaks, published via Ice Universe on Twitter, indicate that the battery capacity of the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra tablet features a capacity of 11500 mAh, which is an upgrade to the battery capacity that was presented in the Galaxy Tab S7 Plus, which was launched with a battery capacity of 10090 mAh.

On the other hand, the leaks indicate that the Tab S8 Plus tablet comes with the same battery capacity as the Tab S7 Plus, while the Galaxy Tab S8 comes with an 8000 mAh battery capacity as in the Galaxy Tab S7.

The Galaxy Tab S8 series is also expected to be launched early next year, and the leaks have reviewed a lot of the expected specifications for these versions, as the new versions are 11, 12.4 and 14.6 inches.

The devices also come with OLED screens with a refresh rate of 120Hz, with the new version of Snapdragon processors, and choices in random memory between 8 and 12 GB RAM, and a storage capacity of 128, 256, or 512 GB, and the devices also support the S Pen, and it includes 4 speakers.

Samsung offers the three versions of the Galaxy Tab S8 devices with a dual rear camera with a 13-megapixel main sensor and a 5-megapixel secondary sensor.

It is expected that the main version will come at a price of 740 dollars, the Plus version comes at 1120 dollars, while the Ultra version starts at 1320 dollars.

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