Samsung delays Galaxy Tab S9 tablet development until next year

Samsung Electronics next-generation flagship tablet development has been delayed, possibly due to global economic uncertainty leading to reduced consumer demand for IT products. Samsung Electronics has postponed the next-generation flagship tablet Galaxy Tab S9 series, which was originally scheduled to be developed in December, to next year. Samsung Electronics plans to develop three types of Tab S9 series, similar to the S8 series released this year.

Samsung Electronics has delayed the development of the Galaxy Tab S9 series until next year, presumably because of the recent global economic uncertainty. Recently, some market research firms are expecting a slowdown in demand for IT products.

In February this year, Samsung officially released the flagship tablet Galaxy Tab S8 series, bringing the Ultra model to the Galaxy Tab series devices for the first time. The Galaxy Tab S8, Tab S8+, and Tab S8 Ultra feature 11-inch, 12.4-inch, and 14.6-inch displays, respectively, are powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip and run an  Android 12  -based operating system.

The Galaxy Tab S8+ and Tab S8 Ultra use Super AMOLED panels to support off-screen optical fingerprint recognition; the base model Tab S8 uses an LTPS TFT screen with a side fingerprint recognition solution. All three Galaxy Tab S8 models support a 120Hz display refresh rate.

In terms of price, the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra starts at $1,099.99 (about 6,995.94 yuan), the Galaxy Tab S8+ starts at $899.99 (about 5,723.94 yuan), and the Galaxy Tab S8 starts at $699.99 (about 4,451.94 yuan).

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