None of Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 models will get Exynos 2200 with AMD GPU

The well-known network informant under the nickname Ice Universe, who often shares exclusive information about the latest in the mobile industry, continues to publish details about Samsung's new flagship tablets.

This time, he announced that the entire line, which will be represented by three models (Galaxy Tab S8, Galaxy Tab S8 +, and Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra) will be equipped with Snapdragon 898 SoCs, which will be announced at the very end of the year. This confirms that the Galaxy Tab S8 lineup will only be released next year. An insider confirmed that none of the tablets will use the new mobile platform Exynos 2200. As already reported, the reason is not at all in the performance of the latest Exynos processor, but in the so-far high percentage of defects and other problems that surface during the transition to mass production.

Earlier it became known that the Galaxy Tab S8 + runs under the model number SM-X806x and is equipped with a battery with a capacity of 10,090 mAh. It will be built on the basis of the Snapdragon 888 single-chip system. At the same time, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra with model number SM-X906x will receive a battery with a capacity of 11,550 mAh. The new items will run One UI 4.0 based on Android 12. The standard version of the Galaxy Tab S8 will receive an 11-inch LCD display with a 120 Hz refresh rate and an 8000 mAh battery. The Galaxy Tab S8 + is credited with a 12.4-inch OLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, while the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra may get a 14.6-inch screen. All three models will support the S Pen and the new premium keyboard. Versions with support for Wi-Fi / LTE and 5G will appear on sale. Presumably

Ice Universe has proven many times that it has contacts in Samsung's R&D department, being the first to report new image sensors, as well as various smartphones from Samsung, Xiaomi, and other companies.

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