Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Tab S8 series in the near future


Affected by the epidemic in 2020, many schools and companies have launched distance learning and office methods, which has also promoted a surge in sales of large-screen devices. Among them, the tablet computer market has benefited most.

As one of the giants in the Android field, Samsung has never given up on the tablet market, and iteratively upgrades the product line every year. The Galaxy Tab S7 series launched last year has been on the market for a long time. Recently, foreign bloggers have brought a breaking news about the Galaxy Tab S8 series.


According to the information released by @TheGalox, Samsung will officially launch the Galaxy Tab S8 series of tablet products in the near future, which will include the Galaxy Tab S8 and Galaxy Tab S8+ products, which are differentiated in hardware configuration.

According to reports, the Galaxy Tab S8 will use an 11-inch LCD display on the front, which is also the same as the previous generation product. It supports a 120Hz refresh rate. However, due to technical problems with the LCD screen, the pad is not equipped with on-screen fingerprint recognition, but a side fingerprint recognition module.

As for the Galaxy Tab S8+, it will use a 12.4-inch AMOLED display, support 120Hz adaptive refresh rate, and upgrade to screen fingerprint recognition.


In terms of core, both Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 series products will be equipped with Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 888 processor as standard. This is also the first Snapdragon 888 tablet product in the industry, with at least 6GB of memory.

In terms of battery life, the Galaxy Tab S8 has a built-in 8000mAh battery, while the Galaxy Tab S8+ will be upgraded to 10090mAh due to the increase in internal space. Both support 45W fast charging technology.

In addition, Samsung will equip the Galaxy Tab S8 series with S Pen support, which can perform writing, drawing and other operations, and will also be equipped with Samsung’s latest One UI 3.1 operating system as standard.