Given the global problem of chip shortages, it still seems like a miracle that Samsung can still market its products quite normally. Of course, as long as this situation persists, Samsung will not be able to do it forever and may have a big problem in launching its new smartphones. There are already disappointing rumors about the launch of the Galaxy S21 Fan Edition in January, and there are also speculations about the new generation of Samsung's flagships, the Galaxy S22 series. But apart from that, it is possible that Samsung's Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is also a new victim of this issue, which is strangely struggling with production and supply problems.
Rumor has it that the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra With its specs, Samsung can be a great competitor to Apple MacBooks, at least in size and dimensions. According to the latest reports, this tablet will use a 14.6-inch OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Unfortunately, this refresh rate can be expensive for Samsung. According to rumors from South Korea, this display apparently uses a low refresh rate of this size and its production costs are very high. In other words, if Samsung wants to produce such displays, it will do more harm than good.
It is expected Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra with its large dimensions and with 12 GB of RAM and a super battery with a capacity of 12,000 mAh will be released to the market. The beating heart of this tablet is the powerful Exynos 2200 processor along with the AMD rDNA graphics processor, which can be one of the factors of its limited supply. It looks like Samsung's Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra is set to launch this year. But probably due to the lack of chips and production problems, these tablets will enter the global market next year with the Galaxy S22 series.
The market for Android tablets has become much more limited in recent years, so the opportunity ahead Apple came to dominate the market. The company has greatly expanded its iPad product line, improved their software system, and finally seen the results of these actions and has been able to become the undisputed and undisputed leader of the industry. Last year, Samsung unveiled its two new tablets, the Galaxy Tab S7 and Galaxy Tab S7 Ultra.
But what makes these products special is that they are the first Android tablets to seek defeat Is an iPad. Super AMOLED high resolution display with 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10 + quality support are among the advantages of this device. In addition, the tablet also supports the S Pen and uses one of the fastest Snapdragon chips from Qualcomm, and due to its high capacity battery and 5G connectivity, it can introduce itself as one of the flagship tablets on the market.>
Because the Galaxy Tab S7 Ultra is one of the tablets on the market, not phones and phablets, Samsung has to Was to use almost the traditional design method of similar gadgets. These devices usually have either a plastic body or metal or their corners are round or sharp. Of course, in this Samsung product, we see advanced and high-end features that, along with the simple appearance feature, have made it very special. The Korean company has decided to use solid aluminum to build the integrated body of the S7 Ultra tab. The frame of this tablet is as flat as the back and there is no curvature in it. In fact, the sides are so sleek that the tablet can be placed on any side you want.
The flagship of the Galaxy S7 Ultra is undoubtedly the 12.4-inch Super AMOLED display with a 16:10 aspect ratio. Is. With a resolution of 1752 x 2800 and a pixel density of 266, this panel is one of the best and brightest displays used in the tablet market. It should be noted that Samsung has not talked about the protective cover used on the screen. This screen supports HDR10 + image quality with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. You can choose one of the 60 or 120 Hz recovery rates from the settings, so there is no matching option or similar. Unlike Samsung smartphones, enabling faster refresh rates will not reduce the screen resolution.
This Samsung product may not be very thick, but it uses a 10090 mAh battery. The power source supports 45-watt fast-charging technology, but the Korean company sells a 15-watt charger with it. This adapter can charge 18% of the battery in 30 minutes and 50% of the battery after 90 minutes. In general, it will take three hours for the tablet to fully charge.
However, it remains to be seen whether Samsung's Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra can be well received by users of the tech giant. Or not.