The South Korean tech company Samsung has announced its new FE products. Notably, the company unveiled the Galaxy S23 FE as well as the Galaxy Tab S9 FE, Galaxy Tab S9 FE+, and Galaxy Buds today. The Tab S9 FE series comprises three tablets. The Galaxy Tab S9 FE comes in two different variants, i.e., Wi-Fi and 5G, whereas the Galaxy Tab S9 FE+ is only available in the Wi-Fi option.
Notably, the specs of the Galaxy Tab S9 FE (WiFi and 5G) are the same. The only difference is the storage capacity of the Wi-Fi model, which comes with an 8GB/256GB option. The tablet features an LCD display that measures 10.9 inches. The device is powered by a Samsung Exynos 1380 processor with the Arm Mali-G68 GPU. It comes with an 8,000 mAh battery.
On the front, a 12MP camera can be found that is perfect for Zoom and Google Meet. An 8MP camera can be found on the back. The device is IP68-certified for water resistance and dust resistance. The fingerprint scanner is embedded in the power key. The Galaxy Tab S9 FE comes in four different colors, including silver, lavender, gray, and mint. However, the 5G model is only available in gray.
On the other hand, the Galaxy Tab S9 FE+ features a bigger display that measures 12.4 inches. It is also an LCD display. It comes in two different storage options, including the 8GB/128GB and 16GB/256GB models. It packs a 10,090mAh battery.
Some features of the new Galaxy Buds FE
This is the first pair of earbuds from Samsung in over a year. They are priced at $99. The new Galaxy Buds FE are available in both white and black color options. However, the case is white for both colors. It is just that the black earbuds case is colored black from the inside which makes it distinct from the white one. These earbuds are rated for 6 hours with ANC and about 9 hours without ANC. Where the case provides 21 hours and 30 hours of charge respectively.
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