Samsung Galaxy Tab A9+ Listed On NBTC Certification

Galaxy Tab A9+ from Samsung Launch could be imminent, according to NBTC:

Samsung Galaxy Tab A9+ Listed On NBTC Certification

There have been a lot of rumors concerning the Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE series, but the company is also working on a Galaxy Tab A9 line of tablets. On the other hand, the Galaxy Tab A9+ model was found on a certification website prior to any official announcement being made.

Earlier, we broke the news that the Galaxy Tab A9+ had been spotted on a few different certification websites, one of which was TDRA. This time, the NBTC certification has divulged information about the upcoming model of the tablet. The online listing provides clear visibility of the device’s model number, which is SM-216B. The database, to my great disappointment, did not provide any additional information other than its name and model number. However, the sighting of the certification suggests that the tablet’s release will be happening very soon.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A9+ has the following specifications:

It has been suggested that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 system-on-a-chip (SoC) and 4 gigabytes of random access memory (RAM) will be included in the Galaxy Tab A9+. There are rumors that the device will ship with Samsung’s One UI, which is a custom skin that will be installed on top of Android 13 OS. The battery pack that powers this device is a sizeable 7,040 mAh capacity, but it only supports fast charging at 15 watts. In a recent FCC listing, the dimensions of the upcoming tablet were shared with the public. It will have the dimensions of 257.11168.666.94 millimeters and will have a form factor that is thin.

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Recently, the Galaxy Tab A9 tablet in its most basic configuration was discovered on certification websites such as TDRA and BIS. Reports indicate that the base model will come equipped with a system-on-chip (SoC) manufactured by MediaTek and a battery capacity of 5,100mAh, with support for 25W rapid charging.

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