Samsung’s next Galaxy Unpacked event is coming up fast and now we can have a sneak peek at the new flagship tablet, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra. The slate looks virtually identical to its predecessor, the Tab S9 Ultra.

It carries over the notch with a dual front-facing camera that was first introduced with the Tab S8 Ultra a couple of years ago. The camera details are not known, but a wide and ultra wide lenses are almost a given.

The Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra will measure 326.4 x 208.6 x 5.45mm, which are the exact same dimensions as the Tab S9 Ultra, measured to a tenth of a millimeter. There’s no word on the weight, but we don’t imagine it will be much different from the 2023 model (which weighs 732g/1.61lbs).

Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra (speculative renders) Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra (speculative renders) Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra (speculative renders)
Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra (speculative renders)

Around the back, there are two more cameras and a recessed line that can magnetically hold the S Pen. Nothing out of the ordinary so far. Around the sides of the slate there are four loudspeakers evident, which are traditionally tuned by AKG.

We’ve seen evidence that the Galaxy Tab S10+ will be powered by the Dimensity 9300+. However, we haven’t heard much about the Ultra model. Will it follow the S24 Ultra and use a Snapdragon chipset exclusively? Is Samsung maybe looking at the Snapdragon X Elite/Plus chips (like in the Galaxy Book4 Edge) or a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3?

We should get the official answer next month at the official announcement that will bring the three new Galaxy Tabs, the Galaxy Z foldables, the Galaxy Ring and more.


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