The Galaxy Tab S9 series and Samsung’s newest foldables were introduced in July, and we are now pleased to have their most prestigious representation in our workplace. The Ultra is the company’s largest tablet for the second generation in a row, but its benefits go beyond size.
The company’s greatest tablet is the 14.6″ model, and we’ll try to evaluate it to see if the $1,200 beginning price is justified.
The Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra is large, measuring 20.8 cm in height and 32.6 cm in width. The notch for the dual cameras is along one of the long edges because it was made with landscape usage in mind. When we took the tablet out of the package, we discovered that it was difficult to handle if you didn’t have something to rest it against. Its 732-gram body makes it imbalanced and hefty for one hand, and two hands prevent you from reaching most of the display.
A USB-C to USB-C charging cable and a S Pen were included in our retail packaging. The stylus is a terrific feature because the S9 Ultra’s enormous canvas really encourages creative expression.
Although we can appreciate that certain artists like the slate to lie flat on the table, in almost all other situations, the tablet need support.
The Tab S9 top dog has a brighter display than the Tab S8 Ultra, IP68 water and dust protection, variable refresh rate, and, of course, the most recent Qualcomm chipset.
Four AKG-tuned speakers are also there, arranged in groups of two on either side. Take a closer look at all of these fascinating specifications.