The Samsung Galaxy Tab A9 series of budget tablets are expected sometime in Q4 of this year and we have some of the specs thanks to certifications from the FCC, the Wi-Fi Alliance, the Bluetooth SIG, SafetyKorea, as well as the Indian BIS. There’s also a Geekbench run for good measure.
The image below comes from the SatefyKorea certification. It shows the front of the tablet, revealing little other than the front-facing camera. This is the SM-X115N model, which is expected to be the Galaxy Tab A9. Another model number has also surfaced – SM-X216B – which is expected to be the Galaxy Tab A9+.
The Galaxy Tab A9 will pack a 5,000mAh battery with 15W charging, and it will measure 210.7mm in length and 124.7mm in width. Expect a single camera on the back, a 3.5mm audio jack, as well as LTE, GPS, and Bluetooth.
Looking at the Geekbench score of the Galaxy Tab A9+, it will have a Snapdragon 695 chip with the Adreno 619 graphics. There’s 4GB of RAM, and Android 13, presumably with OneUI 5.1 on top.
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