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Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 May Appear Soon With Snapdragon 8 Gen 2

Samsung could be close to launching the Galaxy Tab S9 (Ultra) as more and more details about the specs and features are revealed. The latest and most exciting are the Android tablet’s overclocked processor and battery capacity.

Among the devices powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, the Samsung Galaxy S23 is the icing on the cake. The specially named “for Galaxy” processor is slightly overclocked compared to the standard SoC (System on a Chip) and offers an overclocked 3.36 GHz on the prime core instead of the typical 3.2 GHz. A new leak from the depths of the short message service Twitter suggests that the Galaxy Tab S9, the Tab S9 Plus, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra could benefit from the same equipment.

More power, efficiency, and battery

The information was shared by a tipster named Tech_Reve who specifically mentions the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2. However, a user later found out that the translation could have been a mix-up and the leaker could have meant the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy instead. Regardless, the “for Galaxy” processor is far more plausible since the “Plus” version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 hasn’t even been officially announced yet.

Furthermore, the battery of the Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra could remain unchanged compared to the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. Accordingly, the premium tablet is said to have a battery capacity of 10,880 mAh, which will likely be marketed as 11,200 mAh. In combination with the more efficient processor and the optimized software, the actual battery life of the tablet should be improved again.

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